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COHASSET 

A BICENTENNIAL COMMUNITY 

ANNUAL REPORT 
1986 



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HELEN LOUISE BARROW 

January 3, 1986 

Election Worker, Democratic Town Committee 

Charter Commission Member 



DOROTHEA O. CASEY 

January 5, 1986 
School Department 



PIERINA FRUGOLI 

February 8, 1986 
School Department 



PAUL V. EMANUELLO 

April 13, 1986 

Head Custodian School Department 

Call Fireman 



ANTHONY J. ROSANO 

July 2, 1986 
Election Officer 



GEORGE F. FELLOWS 

July 15, 1986 
Council for Aging 



PATRICIA A. LITCHFIELD 

July 18, 1986 
Highway Department 



HARRY M. SILVIA 

August 25, 1986 
Call Fireman and Advisory Board Member 



KENNETH SOUTHER 

September 6, 1986 
Highway Department 



BERNARD H. MULCAHY 

November 17, 1986 
Election Officer 



TOWN OF COHASSET 

Incorporated 1770 

Population January, 1986 — 7,220 

Tenth Congressional District 

Representative: Gerry E. Studds 

Norfolk and Plymouth Senatorial District 

Senator: William B. Golden 

Third Plymouth Representative District 

Representative: Mary Jeanette Murray, Cohasset 



Annual Town Meeting 

First Saturday in April 

Election of Officers 

Second Saturday in April 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Board of Selectmen 
of the Financial Affairs 

OF THE 

Town of Cohasset 

Reports of the School Committee 

AND THE 

Report of Other Town Officers 




FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 



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Town Officers 

1986-1987 



SELECTMEN 

Mary Jane McArthur (Resigned 6/30/86) 
Diane C. Sullivan 
Rocco F. Laugelle 
Clifford Mitman, Jr. 
James L. Gallagher 



MODERATOR 



William D. Weeks 



Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1989 



Term expires April 1987 



Frances L. Marks 



TOWN CLERK 



Term expires April 1987 



Warren S. Pratt 
Michael C. Patroha 
Thomas S. Duggan 



ASSESSORS 



Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 



Elizabeth B. Ripley 



TREASURER-COLLECTOR 



Term expires April 1987 



Harold W.Litchfield 



HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 



Term expires April 1987 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



Richard M. Conley 
Joseph R. Nedrow 
Barbara W. Bliss 
Diane David Kornet 
C. Christopher Ford 



Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1989 



TRUSTEES OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 



Sheila S. Evans 
John R. McNabb, Jr. 
Doris R. McNulty 
Elizabeth F. Eaton 
Agnes McCann 
David H. Wads worth 
Barbara M. Power 
Lucia R. Woods 
Michele A. Buckley 



Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 
Term 



expires 
expires 
expires 
expires 
expires 
expires 
expires 
expires 
expires 



April 1987 
April 1987 
April 1987 
April 1988 
April 1988 
April 1988 
April 1989 
April 1989 
April 1989 



Charles M. Bhss 
John M. Burns 
Sharon Becker 



BOARD OF HEALTH 



Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 



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PLANNING BOARD 



L. Christine Bassett 
Robert H. Sturdy 
Patrick A. Plante 
John F. O'Toole 
Daniel C. Cotton 



Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 
Term expires April 1991 



William Montouri 
Lot E. Bates 
Ronald Goodwin 



WATER COMMISSIONERS 



Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 



Edward M. Guild 

R. Gary Vanderweil, Jr. 

Frank C. DeSantis, Jr. 



Mary K. Muncey 
Peter G. Laugelle 
Terese England Duggan 
Richard P. Barrow 
Alna L. Ekberg 
Robert G. Beggan 
Gerald A. Buckley 



SEWER COMMISSIONERS 



RECREATION COMMISSION 



Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 



Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 
Term expires April 1991 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 



Ralph Perroncello 

Kathleen M. Conte 

Marguerite M. Libby (resigned 2/17/86) 

Stephen F. Wigmore (4 year unexpired term) 

John D. Muncey 

Leo Happenny (Appointed by Governor) 



Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 
Term expires April 1990 
Term expires April 1991 
Term expires July 28, 1987 



ELECTION OFFICERS 

For the Year 1986-1987 

In accordance with Chapter 54 of the General Laws, will you please consider the 
following persons to be appointed as Election Officers for the ensuing year. These 
names have been taken from the Hsts submitted by the Republican and Democratic 
Town Committees. 

WARDEN Dominic M. Baccari R 

DEPUTY WARDEN Mary N. Grassie R 

CLERK Bernard Mulcahy D 

CLERK Jean Salvador D 

DEPUTY CLERK Ann Leonard D 

DEPUTY CLERK MaryFiori D 

INSPECTORS: 

Carol Beggan R Janice M. Rosano D 

Maria Pape R Eileen Buckley R 

Kathleen E. Rhodes I Margaret C. Hernan I 

Margaret Stoughton R Patricia A. Walsh D 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS: 

Dorothea Bj or kgr en D Grace Tuckerman R 

Charlotte Leland D Katherine Lincoln R 

JeanMcAuhffe D Andrea Davis D 

TELLERS: 

Betty Pearce R Janet MacLure R 

Willa Berents R Kathleen V. England R 

KirkGiffen D Marjorie Giffen D 

Ronald Goodwin D MaryLeavitt D 

Rosette Greco R Evelyn Prescott R 

Margaret Chapin R Lot Bates R 

Ruth M. Pratt R George Marlette R 

JudyVolungis R JohnMullett R 

TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 



Executive Secretary 

Donald R. Andrew 

Town Accountant 

Jo-Ann Whittemore (appointed 3/86) 

Chief of Police 

Joseph M. Kealey 

Sergeants of Police Under Civil Service 

Richard P. Barrow 
Robert W. Jackson 
Brian W. Noonan 
David J. Pomarico 



Term Expires 



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Patrolmen Under Civil Service 

Richard J. Abbadessa 

Lawrence D. Ainslie 

Brian Cogill 

David C. Cogill 

Carmelo Conte 

John C. Conte 

Frederick H. Grassie 

Maureen F. Healy 

Clifton B. Jones 

Paul J. Laugelle 

John J. Rhodes III (retired 2/86) 

John H. Small 

Richard Yocum 

Lockup Keepers 

Joseph M. Kealey 
Richard P. Barrow 
Robert W. Jackson 

Dog Officer 

Richard Yocum 1987 

Director of Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 1987 

Hazardous Waste Coordinator 

Victoria Grayken (resigned 5/86) 

Fire Chief 

Daniel F. Brock 

Fire Department under Civil Service 

James Lee Gurry Captain 

Roger W. Lincoln Captain 

Robert D. Silvia Captain 

Mark H. Trask Captain 

Edward Barrow Firefighter 

Paul T. Bilodeau Firefighter EMT 

John T. Boswell III Firefighter 

Richard M. Conley Firefighter 

Edward M. Corbo Firefighter 

Linwood L. Davis Firefighter 

Thomas P. Finegan Firefighter 

James E. Fiori Firefighter 

Thomas G. Hernan Firefighter EMT 

William T. Litchfield Firefighter 

Matthew B. Marr Firefighter 

Paul F. McGaffigan Firefighter 

Arthur M. Pompeo, Jr Firefighter EMT 

Robert F. Protulis Firefighter EMT 



William J. Protulis Firefighter 

Randall W. Rosano Firefighter 

James P. Runey Firefighter 

Edward J. Struzik Firefighter 

Peter Trask Firefighter EMT 

Eric Wenzlow Firefighter EMT 

Forest Warden 

Daniel Brock, Fire Chief 

Local Superintendent of Insect Pest Control 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 

Donald G. Robbins (appointed 7/86) 1987 

Plumbing and Gas Inspector (appointed by Building Inspector) 

Robert A. Leonard, Sr. 1987 

Superintendent of Wires 

Stephen F. Wigmore 

Assistant Superintendent of Wires 

Richard Gallo 

Town Counsel 

Richard A. Henderson 1987 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 

LotE. Bates, Jr. 1987 

Keeper of Town Clock 

Noel A. Ripley 1987 

Measurer of Wood and Bark 

Lot E. Bates, Jr. 1987 

Director of Veterans' Affairs 

Noel A. Ripley ^ 1987 

Veterans' Burial Agent 

Noel A. Ripley 1987 

Constable 

MariaA. Plante 1987 

Inspector of Public Buildings 

Donald G. Robbins 
Daniel F. Brock 



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Fence Viewers 

Grace A. Donohue 1987 

KearinA. Dunn 1987 

Harbormaster 

Harry H. Ritter 

Assistant Harbormaster 

Clifford J. Dickson 1987 

William G. Stone (for Little Harbor) 1 987 

Shellfish Constable 

James Curley (resigned 6/86) 

David R. Marks, Jr. (appointed 7/86) 1987 

Assistant Shellfish Constable 

Harry H. Ritter 1987 

Town Archivist 

David H. Wadsworth 1987 

Custodian of Town Hall 

Pauline J. Litchfield 

Board of Tree and Park Commissioners 

Members of the Board of Selectmen 

Tree, Park and Cemetery Superintendent 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Caretakers 

Herbert Marsh, Woodside, Beechwood, Perkins and Cedar Street Cemeteries 

Boards, Commissions, Committees and Representatives 

Appointed by the Board of Selectmen 

Council on Aging 

Rev. John Keohane, Chairman 1987 

Helen Barbary 1987 

Dorothea C . Bj orkgren 1 989 

Mary Donovan 1989 

EHzabeth Enders 1988 
George Fellows (resigned 4/86) 

Anthony Finegan 1987 

Charlotte Leland 1988 

Gerard Keating 1988 

Katherine M. McGrath 1988 

Edward T. Mulvey 1989 
Frances Rogers (resigned 6/86) 
Alice Daunt (representative) 
Helen Hooper (representative) 
Fred Huntwork (representative) 



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Arts Lottery Council 

Sigred Carey, Chairman 1989 

Christine M. Conley 1987 

Linda Holloran 1989 

Helen Ketcham 1987 

Ellen Morrissey 1987 

Building Code Appeal Board 

Francis A. Evans 1988 

Joseph W. MacDonald 1987 

James Salyards 1988 

Frederic H. Wood, Jr. 1990 

Cable T.V. Council 

John Packard, Chairman (School Committee) 1988 

Margaret Dillon (Art Center) 1 987 

Richard Hayes (Library) 1988 

Fredrick B. Laidlaw 1989 

Donald McAllister 1988 

Denise Ripley (Drama) 1988 

Alna Ekberg (Recreation) 1987 

Michael Greiner 1988 

Richard A. McCarthy 1988 

Cemetery Committee 

Glenn Pratt, Chairman 
William Ferriter 
Elizabeth Holt 
Peter G. Laugelle (ex-officio) 

Cohasset Common Historic District Commission, 

James Sandell, Chairman 1989 

Marian Atkinson, Alternate 1988 

Patricia Dean 1987 

Donald Evans 1987 

L. Emmett Holt 1989 

James Murphy 1988 

Joyce Sturdy ^ 1988 

Gordon Stevenson 1986 

Hubert P. Vanderlugt, Alternate 1989 

Kathryn Young 1988 

Conservation Commission 

Merle S. Brown, Chairman 1988 

Patricia C. Buckley 1989 
Jeffrie Bettinger (resigned 12/86) 

James Cox 1987 

Laura Doherty 1987 

Dean Harrold 1988 
H. Richard Maichle (resigned 10/86) 
Robert Maki (resigned 6/86) 



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Austin O' Toole 1989 

William H. Parmenter 1988 

Cultural Exchange Committee 

Judith S. Keim, Chairman 
Carolyn Contis 
Rosette Greco 
Mary Lou Lawrence 
John Lennon 
Mildred Mitman 
Paul Narkiewicz 
Garrison Rousseau 
Kathleen St. Onge 
Elizabeth Warren 

Disposal Area Study Committee 

PriscillaS.Tebbetts, Chairman 1988 
Sharon Becker (resigned 5/86) 

Eleanor Cooney-Smith 1987 

Donald L. DeMichele 1989 

Donna P. French 1989 

Arthur M. Pompeo 1989 

Jeffrey Power 1987 

John Anson Whealler 1987 

Fair Housing Committee 

Reverend Clifford Cutler, Chairman 1988 

Daniel C. Cotton 1989 

Barbara Froio 1989 

James Gallagher 1987 

Leo Happenny 1987 

Patrick Plante 1988 

Government Island Study Committee 

Hamilton Tewksbury, Chairman 1989 

Richard P. Barrow 1989 

Robert M. Davenport 1987 

Edward J . Figueiredo 1 987 

Vivian M. McCormack 1988 

Noel Ripley 1987 

Harry Ritter 1988 

Cohasset Harbor Committee 

John Pfaffmann, Chairman 1989 

A. J. Antoine 1988 

Herbert Jason 1988 

Peter Laugelle 1987 
Harry Ritter, Harbormaster 

HarryB. St. Onge 1987 

Wilham Stone 1987 



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Historical Commission 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 1989 

Elizabeth Enders 1988 

Patricia Murphy 1989 

Grace Tuckerman 1987 

David H. Wadsworth 1988 

Linda Wakeman 1987 

Insurance Advisory Committee 

Thomas Sheppard, Chairman 
David Bernstein 
Gait Grant 

Mass. Transportation Commission to represent the Town of Cohasset in the Greater 
Boston Region 

Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council Representative 

Martha K.Gjesteby 1987 

Milliken Field Improvement Committee 

Kenneth Ekberg, Chairman 

Terese Duggan 

Clark Chatterton 

Charles DeSantis 

Peter Laugelle 

Donald G. Robbins (ex-officio) 

Police/Fire Station Renovation Study Committee 

Robert A. Stansel, Jr., Chairman 

Robert V. Davenport 

Robert Kasameyer 

Mary Jane E. Mc Arthur 

Veneta Roebuck 

Diane C. Sullivan 

Ex-officio Members: 

Daniel Brock 

Joseph Kealey 

Paul Laugelle 

Arthur Pompeo 

Donald G. Robbins 

Registrars of Voters 

Burtram J. Pratt, Chairman 1987 

AUce Daunt 1989 

Robert S. Pape 1988 

Frances Marks (ex-officio) 

South Shore Regional School District Representative 

David Chittim 1987 



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straits Pond Management Committee 

Joseph Godzik, 
Mary I. McGrath 
Joanne Sheppard 
Gary Vanderweil 

Town Hall Study Committee 

Benjamin Blake, Chairman 
Anthony Fasciano 
CoHn Studds 
David Terry 
Joseph Wolfe, Jr. 

Tri-Town Commission Delegate 

Diane C. Sullivan 

U. S. Constitution Bicentennial Committee 

David H. Wads worth, Chairman 

David Chittim 

Barbara Dillon 

Mary Jane McArthur 

Agnes McCann 

Maxwell Pounder 

Frank Smith 

Watershed Protection Area Committee 

Jeffrey Bettinger, Chairman (resigned 12/86) 

William Baird 

Thomas Cook 

Daniel Cotton 

James Gallagher 

Victoria Grayken 

Jack Hubbard 

Barbara Kern 

Mary Jane McArthur 

Peter Pratt 

Wompatuck State Park Advisory Council Representatives 

Donald B. Kennedy 

Larry Mitchell 

John F. Hubbard, Liaison to GSA 

Zoning Board of Appeals 

Myrna Putziger, Chairman 1987 

S. Woodworth Chittick, Associate 1989 

Mark DeGiacomo, Associate 1987 

Terrence Farrell 1988 

Edward J. Lubitz 1988 

Barbara M.Power 1989 



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Boards, Committees, Commissions, and Representatives 
Appointed by Authorities other than tlie Board of Selectmen 

Advisory Committee 

Frederick R. Koed, Chairman 1987 

Martin G. Corry, Jr. 1989 
Jacqueline M. Dormitzer (resigned 3/86) 

Jane O. Goedecke 1988 

Arne K. Gjesteby 1988 

Richard E. Horn 1986 

WiUiam R. Lean, Jr. 1987 

Paul L. Lualdi 1989 

Elizabeth J. Millard 1988 

Margaret M.O'Donnell 1989 

Denis L. Rossi 1987 

Bylaw Committee 

Mary E. Gainer, Chairman 1989 

Cornelia L. O'Malley 1876 

Roger Nast 1988 

Capital Budget Committee 

Edwin H. Tebbetts, Chairman 1987 

William E. Haynes 1988 

Geoffrey E. Nothnagle 1988 

John A. Vivian 1987 

Kenneth P. Wilcox 1989 

Design Review Board 

Robert Stansell, Chairman 1989 

Eileen Corbett 1989 

Nancy S. Garrison 1987 

Gordon S. Hislop, Associate 1989 

Peter O'Connor 1988 

Maxwell R. Pounder 1987 
Roger Whitley, Associate 
Donald G. Robbins, ex-officio 

Drainage Advisory Committee 

Thomas C. Cook, Chairman 1988 

Lyle E. Branagan 1987 

Thomas Cowan 1989 

Penelope Kern 1987 

Walter G. Ross 1987 



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Town Government Structure Committee 

John K. McNabb, Jr., Chairman 1989 

Jean B.Cotton 1988 

Richard E. Horn 1989 

Chartis B. Langmaid 1988 

JohnO'Donnell 1988 

John P. Reardon, Jr. 1988 

John F. Whoriskey 1987 

Hazardous Material Advisory Committee 

Chartis B. Langmaid, Chairman 

Lot Bates 

Jeffrie A. Bettinger (resigned 12/86) 

Gordon Deane 

Victoria Grayken (resigned 5/86) 

Barbara Kern 

Daniel Brock, Fire Chief 

Personnel Committee 

Janet Daggett, Chairman 1988 

Charles B. M. Douglas 1989 
Francis Evans (resigned 6/86) 

Michael J. Howley 1988 

Edward J. Lubitz 1986 

Rita M. Strong 1987 

Recycling Committee 

Arthur L. Lehr 
Merle Brown 
John F. Hubbard 



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Board of Selectmen 

The Board constantly faces new problems and does its best to confront them and 
seek out the best possible solutions. This year's annual report summarizes some of the 
major issues the Board confronted in 1986 and takes a look to what we may be facing in 
the coming months and years. 

KEY APPOINTMENTS AND EVENTS 

Janaury 1 New Fire Chief Daniel Brock assumed responsibility 

March 31 Appointed Jo- Ann Whittemore to position of Town Accountant 

May 19 Appointed Donald Robbins to position of Building Inspector/Zon- 

ing Officer 

April 5 Annual and Special Town Meetings 

June 23 Special Town Meeting 

June 30 Resignation of Mary Jane E. Mc Arthur from the Board 

July and August Witches of Eastwick filmed in Cohasset 

October 24-26 Selectmen and Executive Secretary attend Massachusetts Municipal 
Association Meeting in Hyannis. 

ONGOING BOARD ACTIVITIES 

The Board continues to encourage participation of the pubhc at Selectmen's 
meetings and tries to maintain a line of communication with all Town Boards and Com- 
mittees through the designation of Board members as Haisons to them. 

The Board has become more cost conscious as the amount of money it takes to run 
the Town increases each year. While it is increasingly difficult to maintain the level of 
services we provide without increasing the cost dramatically, the Board has taken 
several steps to lower costs and assure that all residents do not have to bear the burden 
of the services that are provided for only a small segment of the population. In that 
endeavor, the Board has been studying proposals of consultants to monitor the Town's 
health insurance program and see that only services provided are paid for by the in- 
surance company. This program when it begins in 1987 should control the rising costs of 
health insurance by closely monitoring claims and see that they are all appropriate and 
legitimate. Additionally, the Town joined the Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance 
Association (Mil A), a workers' compensation insurance group formed to control 
claims. In this effort the Board established the Town Safety Committee, which 
monitors safety policies of all Town departments and provides self inspections of Town 
facilities and equipment. The good news at year end is that it is working. We have 
lowered our premiums and have a firm Safety PoHcy adopted. The Safety Committee 
now meets quarterly to review and evaluate the program. We have also assessed our user 
fee charges and made increases in areas where providing the services warranted addi- 
tional revenue, with cost paid by the users and not the general population. 

Monitoring of Cohasset Heights landfill continues to be of Town-wide concern. 
The Selectmen are remaining informed on this issue through updates provided by the 
Board of Health and Special Counsel. No other Town issue has generated as much con- 
cern and attendant legal expense as this landfill within our Town's borders. 

TOWN FACILITIES 

Our present facilities remain in need of modernization. The space available at 
Town Hall is inadequate and we will be proposing a renovation/addition project to the 
1987 Annual Town Meeting which we feel will provide adequate space for many years to 



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come and will also permit all Town departments to be housed in the same building. It 
will also bring us into compHance with State and Federal laws relating to handicapped 
access and bring our storage vaults into compliance with standards set forth by the 
Secretary of State. 

The Police/Fire Station remains in need of updating. Also at the 1987 Annual 
Town Meeting, a renovation/addition project will be proposed to the townspeople. 
This project is being thoroughly studied to be certain that the proposed changes would 
be adequate to bring the facihty up to date and keep it so for a number of years to come. 

The Board was unable to complete the sale of the Independence Building on South 
Main Street due to a legal problem, but the sale remains pending and should be com- 
pleted in early 1987. 

The Board has also endorsed the concept of a regional animal shelter. This would 
enable Cohasset to participate with other area towns in a program to provide a service 
that is desperately needed at minimal cost. 

Other facilities improvements that took place in 1986 included a suicide prevention 
project at the PoHce Station lock-up, the rebuilding of the Cunningham and Border 
Street Bridges and many minor repairs to Town Buildings. 

BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS 

The Board of Selectmen is constantly recruiting interested citizens to serve on 
Town Boards and Committees. Many of our Committees are temporary and dissolve 
upon completion of their purpose. Others are ongoing and make a continuous contribu- 
tion to our government. We need the expertise of our citizens and encourage all in- 
terested residents to participate in our government. 

During the year the following advisory groups were formed: 
Cemetery Study Committee 
Fair Housing Committee 
Police/Fire Station Renovation Study Committee 
U. S. Constitution Bicentennial Committee 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 1986 

The Board has worked to develop new procedures to improve our services to the 
Town and to reduce cost, as well as streamline operations. We haye adopted a Section 
504 Grievance Procedure for handicapped accessibility to public facilities. We have 
adopted a poHcy for the flying of the U.S., State and Town Flags. We have developed 
street opening guidelines and established regulations for openings. We have developed 
procedures to bring the Town into compliance with Federal Fair Labor Standards Act. 
We joined other South Shore towns in the successful fight to remain in the 617 area 
code when New England Telephone brings into being a third area code in 
Massachusetts. We have brought to a conclusion the process of being included in the 
Federal Flood Insurance Program, and it is now possible for residents in the flood plain 
to continue to purchase flood insurance through the program. We appointed auditors 
to examine the Town's financial records and await their final report in early 1987. We 
added a new piece of fire fighting apparatus to our Fire Department. We completed 
negotiations with the Cohasset Police Association, bringing to a close a long period with 
no agreement. We feel, and the townspeople agreed through their ratification and fund- 
ing of the contract, that the best possible agreement was reached both for the police of- 
ficers and the townspeople. By the end of 1986 we were beginning negotiations with the 
firefighters for a new contract which would begin July 1, 1987. And, finally, we 
welcomed officials of our sister city in France, Souppes-sur-Loing. Many townspeople 



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availed themselves of the opportunity to meet Mayor Prudhomme and the other 
members of his delegation and learn more about Souppes. In October a delegation of 
Cohasset residents visited them in France. Future visits and exchanges are planned and 
all residents are encouraged to participate. 

During the year the Board took favorable action on a total of four requests for 
transfer of liquor Hcenses. Additionally, the Board voted to deny one application for a 
new license and found it necessary to suspend the license of one establishment for a 
brief period. Hearings were required on all of the above, and interested residents were 
given the opportunity to participate. The Board also banned serving of alcoholic 
beverages in Town buildings and on Town property due to liability problems. The 
Board is very cognizant of the dangers associated with the serving of alcoholic 
beverages. 
FUTURE PLANS 

Some of the major issues to be addressed by the Selectmen in the coming year are: 

1. SoHd waste disposal 

2. Finalizing of plans for modernization of our building facilities 

3. Establishment of a Land Bank 

4. Making of a grid plan of our harbor and other improvements in the harbor 

5. Restoration of rail service to the South Shore 

6. Continued evaluation of our services and the costs that are incurred to provide 
them. 

The Tri-Town Committee consisting of a Selectman representative from Hingham, 
Hull and Cohasset was reactivated. Participants have stated that the relationship be- 
tween our Towns has never been better. This Committee will continue to work toward 
resolution of our mutual problems. 

The South Shore Coalition, of which Cohasset is one of the ten member com- 
munities, completed its first full year of operation. The Coalition hired a director paid 
for out of grant money obtained from the State. The Coalition held a very successful 
growth seminar in the Fall to which all of Cohasset' s community leaders were invited to 
attend. The identified priorities of the Coalition include transportation and solid waste. 
We have a sophisticated solid waste subcommittee established that is now working on 
resolution of this pressing problem. A new transportation subcommittee will soon be 
formed which is in addition to the close monitoring already being done by the Coalition 
of the restoration of the Old Colony Railroad. A grant was received for study of ground 
water in our communities. The State looks favorably on efforts such as this when grant- 
ing funding. This has been a most worthwhile endeavor — one sure to be beneficial to 
Cohasset. 

The Board would Hke to thank Cohasset' s excellent Town employees who are 
crucial to the provision of services to our residents, and also the Town citizens who 
serve on our Boards and Committees during the year with long hours and dedication to 
bring their particular experience and expertise to Town Government. The assistance 
provided by these dedicated people helps the Board of Selectmen fulfill its responsibility 
to the residents of Cohasset and maintain a high level of municipal service to the com- 
munity. We would hke to offer special thanks to our former colleague, Mary Jane E. 
McArthur. We appreciate her years of service on the Board and wish her well. 

We look forward to a prosperous 1987 and welcome the challenges it will bring. We 
hope that it will bring renewed interest in Town Government as well, and that we will 
see many new people in active roles in Cohasset' s government. 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
James L. Gallagher 
CHfford Mitman, Jr. ^^^"^ C' ^^"i^^^' Chairman 

Donald R. Andrew, Executive Secretary ^^^^0 F. Laugelle, Vice Chairman 

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Town Clerk's Report of the 
Annual Town Meeting 

Saturday, April 5, 1986 
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING WITHIN THE ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

At the Annual Business Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 
1:00 P.M., the following articles were contained in the warrant and acted upon as 
recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by the 
Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 12:30 P.M. were Margaret C. Hernan, Janice Rosano, 
Mary N. Grassie, Kathleen M. Rhodes and Constance S. Jones. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator William D. Weeks at 1:00 P.M. were Robert S. 
Pape, Bernard Mulcahy, Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., Lynn Pape, and Grace Tuckerman. 

The Moderator called the meeting to order at 1:15 P.M. and the Town clerk pro- 
ceeded to read the call of the meeting. Total registered voters checked in on the voting 
lists totaled 366 voters. 

Rev. Edward T. Atkinson of the Unitarian Church, gave the invocation. 

Members of the Cohasset Boy Scout Troop 28 presented the colors, led the pledge 
of allegiance to the flag. 

RESOLUTION BY MARY JANE E. McARTHUR, MEMBER 
OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS The Town of Cohasset is served by over one hundred fifty men and 
women who volunteer their time by serving unselfishly on thirty different Boards, Com- 
mittees, Councils, Commissions and as representatives to various organizations; and 

WHEREAS these men and women by volunteering their valuable time bring a 
variety of expertise and talent to the Town's Boards and Committees free of charge; and 

WHEREAS the broad based citizen participation collectively resulting from these 
volunteers' time and effort leads to a more representative and responsive Town govern- 
ment; 

NOW, THEREFORE, be it the expression of this meeting here assembled to pro- 
claim the Town's sincere gratitude and appreciation for these volunteers' dedicated 
service to the Town of Cohasset. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 



RESOLUTION BY MARY JANE E. McARTHUR, MEMBER 
OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT; 

WHEREAS Frank W. England has served the Town of Cohasset as a member of 
the Board of Selectmen for the last three years and as a member of the School Commit- 
tee from 1975 to 1981; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the citizens of Cohasset, in Town 
Meeting assembled, hereby record their keen appreciation of the distinguished service 
rendered in their behalf by Frank W. England; and they further express the hope that 



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with the continuing esteem of his fellow citizens, he may live long and have a happy and 
peaceful retirement from pubUc service. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 



RESOLUTION BY MARY JANE E. McARTHUR, MEMBER 
OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS William S. SignorelH has retired from the service of the Town of 
Cohasset's second Town Accountant in the year 1985, after serving for seventeen years; 

AND WHEREAS he was dedicated to the Town of Cohasset and encouraging the 
highest standards of professionaUsm in the financial management of the town; 

AND WHEREAS his expertise and genuine concern for the financial interests of 
the town has benefited property owners and taxpayers alike; 

NOW, THEREFORE, be it the expression of this meeting herein assembled, to 
proclaim the Town's sincerest gratitude for his long and devoted service and to wish him 
a lengthy, healthful and happy retirement from pubUc service. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 



Article 1. To choose all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 

MOVED: That the appropriate appointing authority as set forth by General Laws, ap- 
point all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 

ARTICLE 1 . Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To act upon the reports of the various Town Officers as printed in the 
Annual Town Report for 1985. 

MOVED: That the reports of the various Town Officers as printed in the Annual Town 
Report for 1985 be accepted. 

ARTICLE 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To hear the reports of any Committee heretofore chosen and act 
thereon. 

MOVED: That the report of any committee heretofore chosen be heard, and that the 
reports of Town committees be heard, accepted and that the committees continue in of- 
fice. 

ARTICLE 3. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Motion by Frank W. England, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen 

MOVED: That this meeting be recessed pending completion of the business of the 
Special Town Meeting scheduled for April 5, 1986. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



20 



Special Town Meeting 



April 5, 1986 

At 2:10 P.M. the meeting was called to order by the Moderator and the Town 
Clerk Frances L. Marks proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Five Thousand Sixty Eight and 14/100 ($5,068.14) Dollars for the payment of unpaid 
bills itemized below and relating to the 1985 fiscal year; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

Bill 

George W. Curtis, M.D. 

(Medical Services) 

Medical East 
(Medical Services) 

Milton Pathology Assoc. 
(Medical Services) 

Associated Anesthesiologists, Inc. 
(Medical Services) 

Milton Medical Center 
(Medical Services) 

Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc. 
(Litigation— Zoning Board of Appeals) 

MOVED: That the sum of Five Thousand Sixty Eight and 14/100 ($5,068.14) Dollars 
be transferred from surplus revenue to fund deficiencies in the following budgetary ac- 
counts relating to the 1985 fiscal year: 



Department 
Fire Department 


Amount 
$1,576.50 


Fire Department 


$ 70.00 


Fire Department 


$ 20.00 


Fire Department 


$ 240.00 


Fire Department 


$ 18.89 


Board of Selectmen 


$3,142.75 



Bill 

George W. Curtis, M.D. 

(Medical Services) 




Department 
Fire Department 


Amount 
$1,576.50 


Medical East 
(Medical Services) 




Fire Depaftment 


$ 70.00 


Milton Pathology Assoc. 
(Medical Services) 




Fire Department 


$ 20.00 


Associated Anesthesiologists, 
(Medical Services) 


Inc. 


Fire Department 


$ 240.00 


Milton Medical Center 
(Medical Services) 




Fire department 


$ 18.89 


Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc. 
(Litigation— Zoning Board of Appeals) 


Board of Selectmen 


$3,142.75 


ARTICLE 1. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 9/10 vote required. 





Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to amend the salary and rate schedule of the 
Personnel Classification Bylaw as most recently adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant 
for the 1985 Annual Town Meeting by striking the figures "500" opposite the title 
"sealer of weights and measures" and substituting in its place and stead the figure 



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"750"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the salary and rate schedule of the Personnel Classification Bylaw as 
most recently amended under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1985 Annual Town 
Meeting be amended by striking the figure "500" opposite the title "sealer of weights 
and measures" and substituting in its place and stead the figure "750." 

ARTICLE 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Personnel Classification Bylaw 
schedules as most recently adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1985 Annual 
Town Meeting by striking from those schedules the position "Town Accountant" so 
that that position no longer will be governed by Article XI of the General Bylaws of the 
Town of Cohasset, the Personnel Classification and Compensation Plans and by strik- 
ing subsection (ii) of Section (b) of Article XI of the General Bylaws, the Personnel 
Classification and Compensation Plan and substituting the following subsection (ii): 

"(ii) The provisions of this Bylaw shall not apply to the Town Accountant, 
Executive Secretary, Police Chief or Fire Chief, except to the extent that 
contracts with individuals holding those positions incorporate provisions of 
this Bylaw and in that event administration of such provisions shall be 
under the jurisdiction of the Board of Selectmen"; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Personnel Classification Bylaw schedule as most recently adopted 
under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1985 Annual Town Meeting be amended by strik- 
ing therefrom the position "Town Accountant" so that the position no longer will be 
governed by Article XI of the General Bylaws of the Town of Cohasset, the Personnel 
Classification and Compensation Plans, and that subsection (ii) of Section (b) of Article 
XI of the General Bylaws, the Personal Classification and Compensation Plan, be 
amended by substituting the following subsection (ii): 

"(ii) The provisions of this Bylaw shall not apply to the Town Accountant, 
Executive Secretary, Police Chief or Fire Chief, except to the extent that 
contracts with individuals holding those positions incorporate provisions of 
this Bylaw and in that event administration of such provisions shall be 
under the jurisdiction of the Board of Selectmen." 

ARTICLE 3. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to transfer a sum of money from the 
budgetary account entitled "Personal Services — Town Accountant" to the account en- 
titled "Personal Services — Board of Selectmen"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Seven Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty and no/ 100 
($7,730.00) Dollars be transferred from the budgetary account entitled "Personal Ser- 
vices — Town Accountant" to the account entitled "Personal Services — Board of Select- 
men — Executive Secretary." 

ARTICLE 4. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Fifteen Thousand and no/100 ($15,000.00) Dollars to the Selectmen's budgetary ac- 
count entitled "Collective Bargaining" to fund deficiencies in that account; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That the sum of Fifteen Thousand and no/100 ($15,000.00) Dollars be 
transferred from surplus revenue to the Selectmen's budgetary account entitled "Col- 
lective Bargaining" to fund deficiencies in that account. 

ARTICLE 5. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Ten Thousand and no/ 100 ($10,000.00) Dollars to the budgetary account entitled 
*' Police Department — Personal Services" to fund additional overtime payments 
necessitated by line of duty injuries and other illness related absences; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Ten Thousand and no/100 ($10,000.00) Dollars be transfer- 
red from surplus revenue to the budgetary account entitled "Police Department — Per- 
sonal Services" to fund additional overtime payments necessitated by line of duty in- 
juries and other illness related absences. 

ARTICLE 6. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Twelve Thousand and no/100 ($12,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of a feasibility study 
relating to Little Harbor; authorize the Board of Selectmen to apply for, receive and ex- 
pend without further appropriation an additional sum of Twenty Eight Thousand and 
no/100 ($28,000.00) Dollars from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in connection 
with such purpose; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twelve Thousand and no/100 ($12,000.00) Dollars be 
transferred from surplus revenue for the purpose of a feasibility study relating to Little 
Harbor and that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to apply for, receive and expend 
without further appropriation an additional sum of Twenty Eight Thousand and 
no/100 ($28,000.00) Dollars from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in connection 
with such purpose. 

ARTICLE 7. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Six Thousand One Hundred Eighty Five and no/ 100 ($6,185.00) Dollars to supplement 
funds appropriated under Article 15 of the 1985 Annual Town Meeting in connection 
with repairs to the High School Auditorium which additional funds shall be used for the 
payment of floor covering in the auditorium and the repair and refastening and recover- 
ing of auditorium seats; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Six Thousand One Hundred Eighty Five and no/ 100 
($6,185.00) Dollars be transferred from surplus revenue to supplement funds ap- 
propriated under Article 15 of the 1985 Annual Town Meeting in connection with 
repairs to the High School Auditorium which additional funds shall be used for the pay- 
ment of floor covering in the auditorium and the repair and refastening and recovering 
of auditorium seats. 

ARTICLE 8. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Twenty Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($25,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of supplement- 
ing funds appropriated under Article 14 of the June 1985 Special Town Meeting in con- 
nection with the preparation of plans and specification and cost estimates for im- 



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provements to the Town's outdoor athletic facilities located at Miliken Field and the up- 
per field behind the High School; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MOVED: That this Special Town Meeting be dissolved. 
Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 2:25 P.M. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to fix salaries and compensation of Elected 
Officers, and to see what sums the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, from 
available funds, or otherwise, for the payment of the salaries and compesation, ex- 
penses, equipment and outlays, capital and otherwise, of the several Town Depart- 
ments, for the ensuing fiscal year; or act on anything relating thereto. 

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APPENDIX B 

CAPITAL OUTLAY ALLOTMENTS 

Other than Schools 

Dept. No. Recommended 

15 ELECTIONS & TM 

File cabinet $ 82.90 

25 TOWN ACCOUNT. 

Typewriter stand 75.00 

Chair 75.00 

35 TREAS/COLL 

Calculator 100.00 

39 TOWN CLERK 

Chair 70.00 

63 PLANNING BOARD 

Electric typewriter 400.00 

Typewriter table 75.00 

65 TOWN HALL 

Telephone jack 175.00 

66 TOWN BUILDINGS 

Bates Bldg. maintenance 0.00 

91 UNCLASSIFIED 

Flagpole maintenance 1,200.00 

101 POLICE 

Seasonal officers' equipment 4, 140.00 

Three bulletproof jackets 1 ,350.00 

Three cruisers 33,239.00 

103 FIRE 

Water vac 500.00 

Nozzles 500.00 

Hurst cutter 1,900.00 

Bookcase 100.00 

File cabinet 150.00 

Typewriter 700.00 

24 pagers 8,000.00 

109 TREE «& PARK 

Refurbish practice field 8,000.00 

Riding lawn mower 9,000.00 

2 push mowers 1 ,300.00 

3 chain saws 1,350.00 

111 HARBOR 

40 HP outboard w/trade-in 2,590.00 

Repair 2 floats 1,500.00 

Maintenance pier & wharf 5,500.00 



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112 WIRE 

Repair aerial bucket truck 1 ,300.00 

Fire alarm case & movement 500.00 

Rotary core bits & adapters 250.00 

Voltmeter & leakage tester 200.00 

Traffic light flashers 300.00 

Wire reel 225.00 

300 HIGHWAY 

Snow plow 4,100.00 

403 LANDFILL 

Glass bin 3,750.00 

Front-end loader 21 ,899.00 

407 SEWER 

Equipment shed 1,500.00 

VHF radio 950.00 

487 CONSERVATION 

Four-drawer file cabinet 200.00 

501 HEALTH BOARD 

2 legal-size file cabinetss 380.00 

571 CEMETERIES 

1 push lawn mower 650.00 

2 weed eaters 700.00 

$118,975.90 

1 WATER DEPT. 

Chlorine booster pump 700.00 

Major repair of van 2,500.00 

Spectrophotometer 2 , 995 . 00 

Office furnishings 400.00 

Chlorine leak detectorss 1 ,500.00 

Computer terminal 1 ,200.00 

Engineering services 1 ,000.00 

$ 10,295.00 
TOTALS . $129,270.90 



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ARTICLE 4. 

MOVED: That this article be considered, covered and acted upon in one vote, that the 
sum of $9,668,131.40 is appropriated, the sum of $84,159.00 for salaries of elected 
Town Officers as follows: Town Clerk, $21,048.00; Clerk, Board of Registrars, 
$329.00; Highway Surveyor, $25,472.00; Moderator, $125.00; Treasurer-Collector, 
$27,985.00; Selectmen, $5,500.00; Assessors, $3,700.00 for the ensuing fiscal year and 
that $9,583,972.40 for Personal Services, Expenses, and Capital Outlays, Interest 
Maturing Debt and other charges for various departments for the ensuing fiscal year 
said being recommended for all purposes, as shown in Appendix A pages 1 through 16, 
inclusive, Annual Town Meeting Warrant April 5, 1986, copy attached hereto and to 
meet said appropriation the following transfers are authorized from: Income from 
Trust Funds— Parks: Wheelwright Park, $1,500.00; Wadleigh Park, $300.00; Robert 
Charles Billings and BiUings-Pratt, $300.00; Income from Trust Funds— Library, 
$5,000.00 State Aid for Libraries, $3,587.00; Income from Trust Funds— Cemeteries; 
Woodside, $5,000.00; Beechwood, $1,000.00; Federal Revenue Sharing Funds received 
or to be received $90,000.00; From Surplus Revenue, $50,000.00; the balance as 
follows: from Water Revenue $691,451.65; and from taxation the sum of 
$8,830,042.75. 



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APPENDIX B 

CAPITAL OUTLAY ALLOTMENTS 
Other than Schools 

Dept. No. Recommended 

15 ELECTIONS & TM 

File cabinet $ 82.90 

25 TOWN ACCOUNT 

Typewriter stand 7 5 . 00 

Chair 75.00 

35 TREAS/COLL 

Calculator 100.00 

39 TOWN CLERK 

Chair 70.00 

63 PLANNING BOARD 

Electric typewriter 400.00 

Typewriter table 75 .00 

65 TOWN HALL 

Telephone jack 175.00 

66 TOWN BUILDINGS 

Bates Bldg. maintenance 0.00 

91 UNCLASSIFIED 

Flagpole maintenance 1 ,200.00 

101 POLICE 

Seasonal officers' equipment 4,140.00 

Three bulletproof jackets 1,350.00 

Three cruisers 33,239.00 

103 FIRE 

Water vac 500.00 

Nozzles 500.00 

Hurst cutter 1,900.00 

Bookcase 100.00 

File cabinet 150.00 

Typewriter 700.00 

24 pagers 8,000.00 

109 TREE & PARK 

Refurbish practice field 8,000.00 

Riding lawn mower 9,000.00 

2 push mowers 1 ,300.00 

3 chain saws 1,350.00 

111 HARBOR 

40 HP outboard w/trade-in 2,590.00 

Repair 2 floats 1,500.00 

Maintenance pier & wharf 5 ,500.00 



— 47 



112 WIRE 

Repair aerial bucket truck 1 ,300.00 

Fire alarm case & movement 500.00 

Rotary core bits & adapters 250.00 

Voltmeter & leakage tester 200.00 

Traffic light flashers 300.00 

Wire reel 225.00 

300 HIGHWAY 

Snow plow 4,100.00 

403 LANDFILL 

Glass bin 3,750.00 

Front-end loader 21 ,899.00 

407 SEWER 

Equipment shed 1,500.00 

VHF radio 950.00 

487 CONSERVATION 

Four-drawer file cabinet 200.00 

501 HEALTH BOARD 

2 legal- size file cabinetss 380. 00 

571 CEMETERIES 

1 push lawn mower 650.00 

2 weed eaters 700.00 

$118,800.90 

1 WATER DEPT. 

Chlorine booster pump 700.00 

Major repair of van 2,500.00 

Spectrophotometer 2,995.00 

Office furnishings 400.00 

Chlorine leak detectorss 1 ,500.00 

Computer terminal 1,200.00 

Engineering services 1 , 000 . 00 

$ 10,295.00 
TOTALS V $129,095.90 



48 — 



Amendment to Article by Frank W. England, Chairman of the Baord of Selectmen. 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 4 be amended by deleting the figure 
$524,027.98 on page 8 under the caption "Requested Fiscal 1987" and opposite the cap- 
tion "Pubhc Safety-Police — Personal Services" and substitute in its place the figure 
$530,673.58. 

ARTICLE 4. Amendment was defeated by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 4. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To hear and act upon the report and reocmmendations of the Personnel 
Committee, and to see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification Bylaw 
Schedule by adopting or amending as heretofore adopted and to raise and appropriate a 
sum of money necessary to pay the increases in compensation according to any amend- 
ments to the Personnel Classification Bylaw Schedule for the ensuing fiscal year; or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES— FISCAL 1987 



SCHEDULE 1 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTE BY LAW 
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 5 

Department Various Departments Personal Services 

1 Water (From Revenue) $10,556.00 

3 Selectmen's Office 1,499.00 

25 Accountant's Office 1,560.00 

29 Assessor's Office 1,162.00 

35 Treasurer-Collector's Office 1 ,271 .00 

39 Town Clerk's Office 753.00 

6 1 Zoning Board of Appeals 1 05 . 00 

63 Planning Board 425.00 

65 Town Hall 849.00 

109 Tree and Park 3,331.00 

111 Harbor 1,241.00 

113 Building Inspector 2,135.00 

121 Wire Department 2,859.00 

300 Highway 6,239.00 

403 Landfill 1,243.00 

403 Landfill-RecycHng 370.00 

407 Sewer 3,285.00 

487 Conservation 152.00 

501 Board of Health 2,086.00 

571 Cemeteries 880.00 

601 Library 5,590.00 

621 Recreation 1,421.00 



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LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 





Pay 


Positions 




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Group 


Authorized Sched 


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Board of Selectmen 








Executive Secretary 


Contract 






Administrative Secretary 


C-9 




40 


Assistant Administrative Secretary 


C-5 




20 


Town Accountant 


Contract 






Assistant Accountant 


C-8 




35 


Junior Accountant 


C-7 




35 


Treasurer— Collector 








Assistant Treasurer 


C-8 




35 


Deputy Collector 


C-9 




35 


Bookkeeper 


C-5 




12 


Board of Assessors 








Clerk 


C-7 




35 


Clerk Typist 


C-4 




20 


Town Clerk 








Assistant Town Clerk 


C-7 




35 


Town Hall Custodian 


C-7 




40 


Police Department 








Police Chief 


Contract 






Lieutenant 


PS-12 


1 4 


31 Yi 


Sergeant 


PS- 11 


2 4 


31 Vi 


Patrolman 


PS-9 


14 4 


31 Vi 


Fire Department 








Fire Chief 


Contract 






Captain 


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4 5 


42 


Private 


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20 5 


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Wire Department 








Superintendent 


S-14 






Engineer 


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Lineman 


C-9 






Lineman Apprentice 


C-8 






Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 


S-14 




40 


Clerk 


C-5 




35 


Tree and Park Department 








Superintendent— Working 


S-13 




40 


Skilled Laborer 


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Tree Climber 


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Laborer 


C-8 




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Labc'ier— Cemetery 


C-6 




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Board of Health 








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S-14 






♦Administrative Assistant 


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30 



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Supervisor 

Heavy Equipment Operator 
Recycling Monitor 

Sewer Department 
Supervisor 
Operator II 
Operator I 
Laborer 
Clerk 

Highway Department 
Working Foreman 
Heavy Equipment Operator 
Skilled Laborer 
Laborer — Truck Driver 

Harbor Department 
Harbor Master S-11 

Library 
Chief Librarian 
Librarian (1) 
Librarian (2) 
Para-Professional 
Clerks 
Custodian 
Pages 

Recreation Department 
Recreation Director S-14 

Water Department 

Superintendent 

Supervisor 

Plant Foreman 

Bookkeeper— Secretary 

Equipment Operator 

Operator — Lab Director 

Plant Operator 

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52 — 



SCHEDULE No. 2 (Part-time Positions) 

ANNUAL 



Veterans' Agent 


1,600 


Member, Board of Registrars 


326 


Sealer of Weights and Measures 


750 


Director of Civil Defense 


200 


Shellfish Constable 


500 


Dog Officer 


3,292 


HOURLY 




North Cohasset and Beechwood Cemeteries 


4.50 


Assistant Harbor Master 


6.50 


Night Patrol— Harbor 


5.00 


Casual Labor 


4.50 


Election Officers 


3.22 


Election Clerk 


3.48 


Election Warden 


3.79 


Intermittent Firefighter 


5.33 


Intermittent Patrolman 


5.33 


Matron— Police 


5.33 


Secretary — Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, 




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C-4 


Deputy Building Inspector and Zoning Officer Pay Group 


C-15 1st 


Library Pages 




Page— 1st Step 


3.35 


Page— 2nd Step 


3.70 


SCHEDULE No. 3 (Part-time Positions) 




Grave Opening and Closing 


45.00 


Constable— per notice 


15.00 



SCHEUDLE No. 4 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 
Police Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

SCHEDULE No. 5 (Informational Only) 

Fire Department — (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 



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ARTICLE 5. 

MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Personnel Committee with 
respect to amending the Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule be and hereby is 
amended heretofore adopted; and that the sum of $10,556.00 be appropriated from 
Water Department Revenue and the balance of $38,456.00 is raised and appropriated by 
taxation to pay increase set forth in the amended schedule for the ensuing fiscal period 
and these amounts are to be credited to the personal services and expense appropriation 
accounts affected in accordance with the attached schedule. 



SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES— FISCAL 1987 



SCHEDULE 1 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTE BY LAW 
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 5 



Department Various Departments Personal Services 

1 Water (From Revenue) 

3 Selectmen's Office 

25 Accountant's Office 

29 Assessor's Office 

35 Treasurer-Collector's Office 

39 Town Clerk's Office 

61 Zoning Board of Appeals 

63 Planning Board 

65 Town Hall 

109 Tree and Park 

111 Harbor 

1 13 Building Inspector 

121 Wire Department 

300 Highway 

403 Landfill 

403 Landfill-Recycling 

407 Sewer 

487 Conservation 

501 Board of Health 

571 Cemeteries 

601 Library 

621 Recreation 



$10,556.00 

1,499.00 

1,560.00 

1,162.00 

1,271.00 

753.00 

105.00 

425.00 

849.00 

3,331.00 

1,241.00 

2,135.00 

2,859.00 

6,239.00 

1,243.00 

370.00 

3,285.00 

152.00 

2,086.00 

880.00 

5,590.00 

1,421.00 

$49,012.00 



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Department 



LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 

Pay Positions 

Group Authorized 



Sched 



Hours 



Board of Selectmen 








Executive Secretary 


Contract 1 






Administrative Secretary 


C-9 1 




40 


Assistant Administrative Secretary 


C-5 1 




20 


Town Accountant 


Contract 1 






Assistant Accountant 


C-8 1 




35 


Junior Accountant 


C-7 1 




35 


Treasurer— Collector 








Assistant Treasurer 


C-8 1 




35 


Deputy Collector 


C-9 1 




35 


Bookkeeper 


C-5 1 




12 


Board of Assessors 








Clerk 


C-7 1 




35 


Clerk Typist 


C-4 1 




20 


Town Clerk 








Assistant Town Clerk 


C-7 1 




35 


Town Hall Custodian 


C-7 1 




40 


Police Department 








Police Chief 


Contract 






Lieutenant 


PS-12 1 


4 


371/2 


Sergeant 


PS-11 2 


4 


371/2 


Patrolman 


PS-9 14 


4 


37 •/2 


Fire Department 








Fire Chief 


Contract 






Captain 


FS-11 4 




42 


Private 


FS-9 20 




42 


Wire Department 








Superintendent 


S-14 1 






Engineer 


C-15 1 




40 


Lineman 


C-9 






Lineman Apprentice 


C-8 






Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 


S-14 1 




40 


Clerk 


C-5 1 




35 


Tree and Park Department 








Superintendent— Working 


S-13 1 




40 


Skilled Laborer 


C-10 1 




40 


Tree Climber 


C-10 1 




40 


Laborer 


C-8 




40 


Laborer— Cemetery 


C-6 1 




40 


Board of Health 








Health Agent 


S-14 1 






♦Administrative Assistant 


C-9 1 




30 



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Landfill: 










Supervisor 


C-11 


1 


1 


40 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


C-10 


1 


1 


40 


Recycling Monitor 


C-4 


1 


1 


19'/2 


Sewer Department 










Supervisor 


S-16 


1 


1 




Operator II 


C-10 




1 




Operator I 


C-9 


1 


1 


40 


Laborer 


C-5 


1 


1 


25-40 


Clerk 


C-5 


1 


1 


20 


Highway Department 










Working Foreman 


C-14 


1 


1 


40 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


C-11 


2 


1 


40 


Skilled Laborer 


C-9 




1 


40 


Laborer — Truck Driver 


C-7 


2 


1 


40 


Harbor Department 










Harbor Master 


S-11 


1 


1 




Library 










Chief Librarian 


S-16 


1 


1 




Librarian (1) 


S-10 


1 


1 


35 


Librarian (2) 


S-10 


2 


1 


20,23 


Para-Professional 


C-9 


1 


1 


22 


Clerks 


C-3 


2 


1 


35 


Custodian 


C-7 


1 


1 


17 


Pages 






2 




Recreation Department 










Recreation Director 


S-14 


1 


1 




Water Department 










Superintendent 


S-18 


1 


1 




Supervisor 


S-16 


1 


1 




Plant Foreman 


C-14 


1 


1 




Bookkeeper— Secretary 


C-8 


1 


1 


35 


Equipment Operator 


C-11 


1 


1 


40 


Operator— Lab Director 


C-11 


1 


1 


40 


Plant Operator 


C-10 


1 


1 


40 


Serviceman 


C-10 


1 


1 


40 


Utility Man— Skilled 


C-9 


1 


1 


40 


Utility Man— Unskilled 


C-7 


1 


1 


40 



♦also works 5 hrs. per week for Zoning Board of Appeals. 



SCHEDULE No. 2 (Part-time Positions) 

ANNUAL 
Veterans' Agent 
Member, Board of Registrars 
Sealer of Weights and Measures 
Director of Civil Defense 
Shellfish Constable 
Dog Officer 



1,600 
326 
750 
200 

500 
3.292 



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HOURLY 

North Cohasset and Beechwood Cemeteries 4.50 

Assistant Harbor Master 6.50 

Night Patrol— Harbor 5.00 

Casual Labor 4.50 

Election Officers 3.22 

Election Clerk 3.48 

Election Warden 3.79 

Intermittent Firefighter 5.33 

Intermittent Patrolman 5.33 

Matron— Police 5.33 
Secretary— Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, 

Conservation Commission Pay Group C-4 

Deputy Building Inspector and Zoning Of ficer Pay Group C- 15 1st 

Library Pages 

Page— 1st Step 3.35 

Page— 2nd Step 3.70 



SCHEDULE No. 3 (Part-time Positions) 

Grave Opening and Closing 45.00 

Constable— per notice 15.00 

SCHEUDLE No. 4 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 
Police Department — (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

SCHEDULE No. 5 (Informational Only) 

Fire Department — (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 



ARTICLE 5. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



Article 6. To hear and act upon the reports and recommendations of the Selectmen 
with respect to salaries of the Elected Town Officials and to see if the Town will vote to 
accept the recommendations by recommending and adopting or amending and adopting 
the Schedule heretofore accepted and adopted and to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money necessary to pay for the increase in the salaries of the Treasurer-Collector, the 
Town Clerk, and Highway Surveyor for the ensuing fiscal year; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 

(for information only — not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 

Job title Fiscal 1987 

Town Clerk 21,048.00 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329.00 

Highway Surveyor 24,259.00 

Moderator 125.00 

Treasurer-Collector 27,985.00 



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Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,500.00 

Members (4) 1,000.00 

Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) 1,200.00 

SCHEDULE 2 

COST OF CHANGES IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICLVLS 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 

Department Elected Officials — Personal Services 

35 Treasurer-Collector Salary 1,459.00 

39 Town Clerk 1,098.00 

300 Highway Surveyor 1 ,265 .00 

MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Board of Selectmen be and 
hereby is accepted and the following salary schedule for the Town Elected Officials be 
and hereby is adjusted, accepted and substituted for the schedule heretofore adjusted 
and that the sum of $84,159.00 be and hereby is raised and appropriated by taxation to 
pay for increase of Treasurer-Collector, Highway Surveyor and Town Clerk as set forth 
in the substituted schedule for the ensuing fiscal period, and this amount is to be 
credited to the personal services appropriation accounts affected in accordance with the 
attached schedule. 

SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 

(for information only — not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 

Job title Fiscal 1987 

Town Clerk 21,048.00 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329.00 

Highway Surveyor 25 ,472 . 00 

Moderator 125.00 

Treasurer-Collector 27,985.00 
Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,500.00 

Members (4) 1,000.00 
Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) 1,200.00 

SCHEDULE 2 

COST OF CHANGES IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 

Department Elected Officials— Personal Services 

35 Treasurer-Collector Salary 1 ,459.00 

39 Town Clerk 1,098.00 

300 Highway Surveyor 1 ,328.00 

ARTICLE 6. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 7. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of One Hundred Fifteen Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 
($115,500.00) Dollars for the purpose of a reserve fund; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from surplus revenue the sum of One Hundred 
Fifteen Thousand Five Hundred and no/100 ($1 15,500.00) Dollars for the purpose of a 
reserve fund. 

ARTICLE 7. Voted unanimbusly by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will assume liability in the manner provided in Sec- 
tion 29 of Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, as most recently amended by 
Chapter 5, of the Acts of 1955 for all damages that may be incurred by work to be per- 
formed by the Department of Public Works of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
for the improvements, development, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal 
rivers and streams, harbors, tidewaters, and foreshores and shores along a pubUc beach 
including Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with Section 1 1 of Chapter 
91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, and authorize the Selectmen to execute and 
deliver a bond of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town assume liability in the manner provided in Section 29 of 
Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General laws, as most recently amended by Chapter 5, 
of the Acts of 1955 for all damages that may be incurred by work to be performed by 
the Department of Public Works of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the im- 
provements, development, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal rivers and 
streams, harbors, tidewaters, and foreshores and shores along a public beach including 
Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with Section 11 of Chapter 91 of the 
Massachusetts General Laws, and authorize the Selectmen to execute and deliver a bond 
of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth. 

ARTICLE 8. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval 
of the Selectmen to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the Revenue of 
the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1986, in accordance with the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or notes 
therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may be given for 
any period less than one year in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 
44, Section 17; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the 
Board of Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the Revenue 
of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1986, in accordance with the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or notes 
therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may be given for 
any period less than one year in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 
44, Section 17. 

ARTICLE 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Two Thousand 
Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,500.00) Dollars for the purpose of maintaining during the 



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ensuing fiscal year the mosquito control works and improvements of low lands and 
swamps as estimated and certified by the State Reclamation Board in accordance with 
the provisions of Chapter 112 of the Acts of 1933; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Two Thousand 
Five Hundred and no/100 ($2,500.00) Dollars for the purpose of maintaining during the 
ensuing fiscal year the mosquito control works and improvements of low lands and 
swamps as estimated and certified by the State Reclamation Board in accordance with 
the provisions of Chapter 112 of the Acts of 1933. 

ARTICLE 10. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer the sum of 
Eighty Thousand and no/ 100 ($80,000.00) Dollars to be added to the stabilization fund; 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate and transfer from surplus revenue the sum of 
Eighty Thousand and no/ 100 ($80,000.00) Dollars to be added to the stabilization fund. 

ARTICLE 11. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of One Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety-Five and no/100 ($1,995.00) 
Dollars for the purpose of making repairs to the tide gates at Cat Dam, and work in- 
cidental thereto; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of One Thou- 
sand Nine Hundred Ninety-Five and no/ 100 ($1,995.00) Dollars for the purpose of 
making repairs to the tide gates at Cat Dam, and work incidental thereto. 

ARTICLE 12. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Fif- 
teen Thousand and no/ 100 ($15,000.00) Dollars for the purchase of a portable emer- 
gency generator to serve the Pond Street Waste Water Pumping Station. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Fifteen Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($15,000.00) Dollars for the purchase of a portable emergency 
generator to serve the Pond Street Waste Water Pumping Station. 

ARTICLE 13. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds the sum of Thirty Two Thousand Six Hundred Twenty-Four and 
no/ 100 ($32,624.00) Dollars for capping and seeding approximately two (2) acres of the 
Cedar Street Landfill in accordance with the Public Health Laws of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts and Regulation promulgated thereunder; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Thirty Two 
Thousand Six Hundred Twenty-Four and no/ 100 ($32,624.00) Dollars for capping and 
seeding approximately two (2) acres of the Cedar Street Landfill in accordance with the 
Public Health Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Regulations promul- 
gated thereunder. 

ARTICLE 14. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



61 



Article 15. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of 
Four Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($4,500.00) Dollars for the purpose of con- 
structing a six hundred (600) foot fence at the Cedar Street Landfill. 

ARTICLE 15. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article IV of the General Bylaws, 
APPOINTED TOWN OFFICERS, by adding thereto a new Section 19 which shall read 
as follows: 

''Assistant Assessor. 

(a) The Assistant Assessor shall be appointed by the Board of Assessors 
pursuant to Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 41, Section 25A, and 
shall serve at the pleasure and discretion of the Board of Assessors; 

(b) the Assistant shall be compensated in such manner and amount as the 
Board of Assessors shall determine provided, however, that an appropria- 
tion therefor shall be approved by the Town Meeting; 

(c) the Assistant Assessor shall assist the Assessors in appraising and 
estimating the value of real and personal property in the Town, to upgrade 
assessments to one hundred percent of valuation in accordance with State 
law and regulation and perform such other duties and functions as may be 
determined by the Board of Assessors from time to time; 

(d) the Assistant Assessor shall be a person especially fitted by training and 
experience in municipal assessing practices, knowledge of Massachusetts 
laws and regulations concerning local property assessment, and shall meet 
such other requirements as the Board of Assessors may specify; 

(e) no elected member of the Board of Assessors may simultaneously serve 
as such member and as the Assistant Assessor; and 

(f) the initial appointment of Assistant Assessor shall take place following 
the 1986 Annual Town Meeting, and the appointment shall be effective 
January 1, 1987;" or act on anything relating thereto. 

ARTICLE 16. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 16. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Fifty Three Thousand and no/ 100 ($53,000.00) Dollars to obtain 
materials and pay the construction costs of a water line to commence at the hydrant on 
Elm Court, and extend along a twenty (20) foot way off Atlantic Avenue known as 
Newtonville Lane and connect with the water line on Atlantic Avenue in front of the 
property now or formerly owned by Mollis T. Gleason, et al and for the cost of 
materials and installation of a fire hydrant on Newtonville Lane; to meet said ap- 
propriation, the sum of Fifty Three Thousand and no/ 100 ($53,000.00) Dollars be 
transferred from Surplus Revenue as a loan to the Water Department; and further that 
the Selectmen be authorized to negotiate for and obtain easements and rights-of-way in- 
cidental or necessary to the installation of the hydrant and the water main; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 



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ARTICLE 17. 

MOVED: That action under Article 17 be postponed and be the first article to be con- 
sidered on Monday, April 7, 1986. 

ARTICLE 17. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer the sum of 
Eleven Thousand Five hudnred and no/ 100 Dollars for the purchase of a senior shuttle 
bus; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Nine Thou- 
sand Eight Hundred and no/ 100 ($9,800.00) Dollars for the purchase of a senior shuttle 
bus. 

ARTICLE 18. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from Water Revenue the 
sum of Ten Thousand and no/ 100 ($10,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing a 
pick-up truck for the Water Department and to authorize the "trade-in" of the pick-up 
truck currently owned by the Water Department; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from Water Revenue the sum of Ten Thousand 
and no/ 100 ($10,(XX).00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing a pick-up truck for the 
Water Department and authorize the "trade-in" of the pick-up truck currently owned 
by the Water Department. 

ARTICLE 19. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from Water Revenue a sum 
of money to establish a stabihzation fund for the Water Department; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 20. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will appropriate from Water Revenue, a sum of 
money for the purpose of purchasing a complete computer system for use by the Water 
Department; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That action under Article 21 be postponed and be the second article to be 
considered on Monday, April 7, 1986. 

ARTICLE 21. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will amend Article VII of the General 
Bylaws— SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto a new Section 28 which 
shall read as follows: 

"Section 28. All buildings or structures occupied in whole or in part for 
residential purposes shall, upon the sale or transfer of such building or 
structure, be equipped by the seller with an approved street number. 
Number(s) shall be posted at the main entrance of such building or struc- 
ture. The number for any building or structure located further than one 
hundred (1(X)) feet from the street serving the building or structure shall be 
displayed not more than ten (10) feet from the driveway entrance leading to 
such building or structure. Numbers shall not be less than four (4") inches 
in height;" or act on anything relating thereto. 



MOVED: That Article VII of the General Bylaws— SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, 
be amended by adding thereto a new Section 28 which shall read as follows: 

* 'Section 28. All buildings or structures occupied in whole or in part for 
residential purposes shall, upon the sale or transfer of such building or 
structure, be equipped by the seller with an approved street number. 
Number(s) shall be posted at the main entrance of such building or struc- 
ture. The number for any building or structure located further than one 
hundred (100) feet from the street serving the building or structure shall be 
displayed not more than ten (10) feet from the driveway entrance leading to 
such building or structure. Numbers shall not be less than four (4") inches 
in height." 

ARTICLE 22. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the General 
Bylaw— SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto a new Section 29 which 
shall read as follows: 

Section 29. The Fire Chief of the Town of Cohasset may require the in- 
stallation of fire alarm equipment in any proposed or approved subdivi- 
sion, cluster development or other project under review by the Planning 
Board or the Zoning Board of Appeals. The required equipment shall be 
furnished and installed by the developer under the supervision of the Fire 
Chief or his designee;" or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 23. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 24. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the General 
Bylaw— SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto a new Section 30 which 
shall read as follows: 

"Section 30. Every building or addition of more than two thousand five 
hundred (2,500) gross square feet in floor area constructed after the effec- 
tive date of this Section or any construction project or addition which 
results in a building having more than two thousand five hundred (2,500) 
gross square feet in floor area shall be protected throughout the entire 
building with an adequate system of smoke and heat detectors, and pull 
stations, and be connected to a central station system when approved by 
the Fire Department. For the purpose of this Bylaw, the gross square feet 
of a building or addition shall include the sum total of the floor areas for all 
floor levels, basements, and sub-basements, measured from outside walls, 
irrespective of the existence of interior fire resistive walls, floors and ceil- 
ings. This Section shall not apply to a building or addition used solely for 
one or two family residential purposes"; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That Article VII of the General Bylaw-SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, be 
amended by adding thereto a new Section 29 which shall read as follows: 

"Section 29. Every building or addition of more than two thousand five 
hundred (2,500) gross square feet in floor area constructed after the effec- 
tive date of this Section or any construction project or addition which 
results in a building having more than two thousand five hundred (2,500) 



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gross square feet in floor area shall be protected throughout the entire 
building with an adequate system of smoke and heat detectors, and pull 
stations, and be connected to a central station system when approved by 
the Fire Department. For the purpose of this Bylaw, the gross square feet 
of a building or addition shall include the sum total of the floor areas for all 
floor levels, basements, and sub-basements, measured from outside walls, 
irrespective of the existence of interior fire resistive walls, floors and ceil- 
ings. This Section shall not apply to a building or addition used solely for 
one or two family residential purposes." 

ARTICLE 24. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 25. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the General 
Bylaw— SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto a new Section 31 which 
shall read as follows: 

'^Section 31. Every new building or structure to be occupied in whole or in 
part for residential purposes shall be equipped with an approved sprinkler 
system as specified by the National Fire Protection Association Standard 
Number 13D Installation of Sprinkler Systems in One and Two Family 
Dwellings and Mobile Homes. This Section shall not apply to those 
buildings and structures otherwise covered under Article 12 of the State 
Building Code"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article VII of the General Bylaw— SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, 
be amended by adding thereto a new Section 30 which shall read as follows: 

"Section 30. Every new building or structure to be occupied in whole or in 
part for residential purposes shall be equipped with an approved sprinkler 
system as specified by the National Fire Protection Association Standard 
Number 13D Installation of Sprinkler Systems in One and Two Family 
Dwellings and Mobile Homes. This Section shall not apply to those 
buildings and structures otherwise covered under Article 12 of the State 
Building Code." 

ARTICLE 25. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 26. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Sixteen Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($16,500.00) Dollars for 
the purchase of a new four-door sedan cruiser for the Fire Department; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Sixteen Thou- 
sand Five Hundred and no/100 ($16,500.00) Dollars for the purchse of a new four-door 
sedan cruiser for the Fire Department. 

ARTICLE 26. Motion defeated by a voice vote. Since seven voters questioned the vote, 
a hand count was called, resulting in a count of YES 52 — NO 112. 

Article 27. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of One Hundred Thirty Eight Thousand and no/100 ($138,000.00) 
Dollars for the purchase of a new 1000 GPM pumper for the Fire Department, 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from the stabilization fund the sum of One Hun- 
dred Thirty Eight Thousand and no/100 ($138,000.00) Dollars for the purchase of a 
new 1000 GPM pumper for the Fire Department. 



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ARTICLE 27. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 28. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($25,000.00) Dollars to purchase 
new self-contained breathing apparatus for the Fire Department; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Twenty Five 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($25,000.00) Dollars for the purchase of new self-contained 
breathing apparatus for the Fire Department. 

ARTICLE 28. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 29. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to ac- 
cept or enter into a contract for the expenditure of any funds allocated or to be 
allocated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and/or Norfolk County for the con- 
struction, reconstruction and improvement of Town roads; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to accept or enter into a 
contract for the expenditure of any funds allocated or to be allocated by the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts and/or Norfolk County for the construction, reconstruc- 
tion and improvement of Town roads. 

ARTICLE 29. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 30. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Five 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($55,000.00) Dollars for resurfacing with bituminous concrete 
certain streets in the Town, including any other work relating thereto, and to meet the 
appropriation, the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, be author- 
ized to borrow Twenty Thousand Six Hundred Six and no/ 100 ($20,606.00) Dollars in 
accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 6A, which sum 
represents State funds allotted in accordance with Chapter 140 of the Acts of 1985, and 
the balance of Thirty Four Thousand Three Hundred and Ninety Four and no/ 100 
($34,394.00) Dollars to be raised by taxation; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Five Thousand and 
no/100 ($55,000.00) Dollars for resurfacing with bituminous concrete certain streets in 
the Town, including any work relating thereto, and to meet the appropriation, the 
Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, be authorized to borrow 
Twenty Thousand Six Hundred Six and no/ 100 ($20,606.00) Dollars in accordance with 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 6A, which sum represents State funds 
allotted in accordance with Chapter 140 of the Acts of 1985, and the balance of Thirty 
Four Thousand Three Hundred and Ninety Four and no/ 100 ($34,394.00) Dollars be 
raised by taxation. 

ARTICLE 30. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. Va vote required. 

MOVED: That this meeting be adjourned until Monday, April 7, 1986 at 7:30 P.M. at 
the Cohasset High School Auditorium. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 5:25 P.M. 



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MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1986 

Checkers previously appointed and sworn in reported to work at 7:00 P.M. also the 
tellers reported at 7:30 P.M. 

Moderator called the meeting to order at 7:50 P.M. 
A total of voters checked in for the Monday evening session was 199. 

RESOLUTION BY DIANA D. KORNET 
MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

RESOLUTION 

Presented on behalf of past and present School Committees, and the parents of 
Cohasset. 

Whereas John F. Langmaid, III, has served nine years on the School Committee, giving 
his time and energy to countless projects and issues, and 

Whereas his broad knowledge, wise council, wry sense of humor and thoughtful con- 
tribution to the Committee will be sorely missed, and 

Whereas he had the foresight to marry a lady, Chartis B. Langmaid, whose strength, 
support and helpful council will also be sincerely missed. 

Be it resolved that the citizens here assembled at the 1986 Annual Town Meeting express 
their deep gratitude and appreciation for his years of volunteer effort on behalf of the 
children and school system in Cohasset. 

RESOLUTION: Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY CLIFTON MITMAN, JR. 
MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

RESOLUTION 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: New England Telephone Company be requested to 
research further the methods necessary to meet their goals and arrive at a solution which 
would allow the Town of Cohasset and the entire South Shore to remain in the Area 
Code 617 domain, and be it resolved 

FURTHER that this RESOLUTION be placed in the record of this the 1986 ANNUAL 
TOWN MEETING and a copy be presented to the management of New England 
Telephone Company. 

RESOLUTION: Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Fifty Three Thousand and no/ 100 ($53,000.00) Dollars to obtain 
materials and pay the construction costs of a water line to commence at the hydrant on 
Elm Court, and extend along a twenty (20) foot way off Atlantic Avenue known as 
Newtonville Lane and connect with the water line on Atlantic Avenue in front of the 
property now or formerly owned by Hollis T. Gleason, et al and for the cost of 
materials and installation of a fire hydrant on Newtonville Lane; to meet said ap- 
propriation, the sum of Fifty Three Thousand and no/ 100 ($53,000.00) Dollars be 
transferred from Surplus Revenue as a loan to the Water Department; and further that 
the Selectmen be authorized to negotiate for and obtain easements and rights-of-way in- 
cidental or necessary to the installation of the hydrant and the water main; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 17. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will appropriate from Water Revenue, a sum of 
money for the purpose of purchasing a complete computer system for use by the Water 
Department; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 21. Voted by a voice vote. 

MOTION made by Jeffrie A. Bettinger, Chairman, Hazardous Material Advisory 
Committee. 

MOVED: That Articles 39 and 40 be advanced for immediate consideration at this 
time. 

Voted by a voice vote to advance Articles 39 and 40. 

Mr. Jeffrie A. Bettinger asked approval for a non- voter and guest from Camp Dresser & 
McKee, Inc. to address the meeting. Mr. Lloyd Prescott of 69 Old Pasture Road ob- 
jected. Thereupon the Moderator declared that the non- voter and guest could not ad- 
dress the meeting. 

Article 39. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Bylaw as follows: 

By adding to Section 2.1— DEFINITIONS, definitions of the word "im- 
pervious" and the phrase "toxic or hazardous materials" in their ap- 
propriate alphabetical locations which definitions shall provide as follows: 

"/m/7erv/ow5— impenetrable by surface water." 

"Toxic or Hazardous Materials — a product, waste or combination of 
substances which, because of quantity, concentration, or physical, 
chemical, or infectious characteristics, poses a substantial hazard to human 
health or safety if improperly treated, stored, transported, used, disposed 
of, or otherwise managed. Among others, any substance regulated as a 
hazardous waste under Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 21 C, as 
amended or regulated substances defined under Subtitle 1, Section 9001 of 
the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, as amended, shall be con- 
sidered a toxic or hazardous material for purposes of this Bylaw." 

By adding a new Section 14 which shall read as follows: 
"14. WATER RESOURCE DISTRICT 

14. 1. PURPOSE. The purpose of the Water Resource District is to pro- 
tect, preserve and maintain the existing and potential ground and surface 
water resources providing water supply for the Town of Cohasset, and to 
protect the public health and welfare. 

14.2 ESTABLISHMENT OF DISTRICT. The Water Resource District is 
hereby estabhshed as an overlay district. The Water Resource District is 
dehneated on the map entitled 'Water Resource District, Town of 
Cohasset, Massachusetts,' dated March, 1986 and on file with the Town 
Clerk. 

14.3. USE REGULATIONS. The Water Resource District shall be con- 
sidered to be superimposed over any other district established in this Bylaw. 



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Land in the Water Resource District may be used for any use otherwise per- 
mitted in the underlying district, subject to the following limitations. 

14.3.1. Prohibitions. The following are prohibited. 

A. Manufacture, storage, transport, or disposal of toxic or hazar- 
dous materials as a principal activity. 

B. Sanitary landfill and other sohd waste facihties, automotive 
graveyard or other junkyard, municipal waste water treatment 
facility, and road salt stockpile. 

C. Auto service stations and automotive repair garages. 

D. Underground storage of hazardous materials, or petroleum 
substances. 

E. Above-ground storage of toxic or hazardous materials ag- 
gregating more than 25 pounds dry weight or 55 gallons liquid 
measure; provided, however, that subject to Section 14.3.2. 
hereof, this subsection shall not prohibit storage of home heating 
oils in amounts less than 10,000 gallons liquid. 

F. Disposal of snow that contains de-icing chemicals and that has 
been brought in from outside the District. 

14.3.2. Uses Requiring Special Permits. Within the Water Resource 
District, the following shall be allowed only if granted a Special Permit 
from the Zoning Board of Appeals hereinafter called the "Special Permit 
Granting Authority." 

A. Storage of more than 600 gallons of home heating oils. 

B. Waste generation requiring the obtaining of an EPA identifica- 
tion number, except for small quantity generators, as defined 
under Section 310 CMR 30.351. 

C. On-site sewage disposal having an estimated sewage flow greater 
than 15,000 gallons per day regardless of lot size, or greater than 
500 gallons per day if within 500 feet of Lily Pond, Aaron River, 
Aaron River Reservoir, Peppermint Brook, or Brass Kettle 
Brook. 

D. Rendering impervious more than 40% of a lot area within the 
Water Resource District. 

E. More than minor removal of existing trees and vegetation on 
more than 70<'7o of a lot area. 

F. Except for single- family dweUings, on-site sewage disposal 
systems having an estimated sewage flow exceeding 60 gallons per 
day per 10,000 sq. ft. of lot area. 

G. Any use having on-site disposal of industrial waste as defined in 
Title V of the State Environmental Code. 

H. Installation of machinery or equipment (other than vehicles) con- 
taining hazardous materials in excess of 25 pounds dry weight or 
55 gallons Hquid measure. 

14.4. DESIGN AND OPERATION GUIDELINES. Within the Water 
Resource District, the following design and operations guidelines shall be 
observed in all new construction except for single-family dwellings. 

14.4.1. Safeguards. Provisions shall be made to protect against hazardous 



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materials discharge or loss through corrosion, accidental damage, spillage, 
vandalism through such measures as provision for spill control in the vici- 
nity of chemical or fuel delivery points, secure storage areas for hazardous 
materials, and indoor storage provisions for corrodable or dissolvable 
materials. 

14.4.2. Location. Where the premises are partially outside of the Water 
Resource District, such potential pollution sources as on-site waste disposal 
systems shall, to the degree feasible, be located outside the District. 

14.4.3. Disposal. Provisions shall be made to assure that any waste dis- 
posed on the site shall contian no hazardous materials in quantities 
substantially greater than associated with normal household use. 

14.4.4. Drainage. Floor or lavatory drainage shall be directed to an imper- 
vious retention facility for controlled removal. Provision shall be made for 
on-site recharge of all stormwater runoff from impervious surfaces unless, 
following consultation with the Conservation Commission, the Building 
Inspector determines that either recharge is infeasible because of site condi- 
tions or is undesirable because of uncontrollable risks to water quality from 
such recharge. Recharge shall be by surface infiltration through vegetative 
surfaces unless otherwise approved by the Building Inspector following 
consultation with the Conservation Commission. Dry wells shall be used 
only where other methods are infeasible and shall employ oil, grease, and 
sediment traps. Drainage from loading and unloading areas for hazardous 
materials shall be separately collected for safe disposal. 

14.5. SPECIAL PERMITS. 

14.5.1. Authority and Procedure. Upon receipt of the Special Permit ap- 
plication, the Special Permit Granting Authority shall transmit one copy 
each to the Planning Board, Conservation Commission, Board of Health, 
Board of Water Commisisoners, and the Building Inspector for their writ- 
ten recommendations. Failure to respond within 35 days of transmittal 
shall indicate approval by the board or individual failing to respond. 

14.5.2. Submittals. In applying for a Special permit under this Section, 
the information Hsted below shall be submitted to the Special Permit 
Granting Authority unless the Special Permit Granting Authority, prior to 
formal application, determines that certain of these items are not relevant: 

A. A complete Hst of all chemicals, pesticides, fuels or other poten- 
tially hazardous materials to be used or stored on the premises in 
quantities greater than associated with normal household use, ac- 
companied by a description of the measures proposed to protect 
all storage containers or facilities from vandalism, corrosion, and 
leakage, and to provide for control of spills. 

B. A description of potentially hazardous wastes to be generated, in- 
cluding storage and disposal methods as in A above. 

C. For aboveground storage of hazardous materials or wastes, 
evidence of qualified professional supervision of design and in- 
stallation of the storage facihties or containers. 

D. For disposal on-site of domestic wastewater with an estimated 
sewage flow greater than 15,000 gallons per day, evidence of 
qualified professional supervision of design and installation, in- 



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eluding an assessment of nitrate or coliform bacteria impact on 
groundwater quality. 

14.5.3. Special Permit Criteria. Special Permits under Section 14.5 shall 
be granted only if the Special Permit Granting Authority determines that 
groundwater quality resulting from on-site waste disposal, other operations 
on-site, and natural recharge will not fall below federal or state standards 
for drinking water when averaged over the boundaries of the site, or, if 
existing groundwater quality is already below those standards, on-site 
disposal or operations will result in no further deterioration, and only if the 
Special Permit Granting Authority determines that proposed control and 
response measures adequately and reliably mitigate risk to groundwater 
quality resulting from accident or system failure. In its decision the Special 
Permit Granting Authority shall explain any departures from the recom- 
mendations of other boards or officials in its decision. 

14.5.4. Conditions. Special permits shall be granted only subject to such 
conditions as are necessary to assure adequate safeguarding of water 
quality, which may include the following, among others: 

A. Monitoring wells to be located downgradient of potential pollu- 
tion sources, with periodic sampling to be provided to the Board 
of Health at the owner's expense. 

B. Pollutant source reduction, including limitations on use of park- 
ing area de-icing materials and periodic cleaning or renovation of 
pollution control devices, such as catchbasin sumps. 

14.6. NONCONFORMING USES. Legally pre-existing nonconforming 
structures and uses in the Water Resource District shall be governed by Sec- 
tion 8 of this Bylaw." 

By adding to Section 3.1 the following sentence at the end of the table: 
"In addition, there are two overlay districts: the Flood Plain and Water- 
shed District as established under Section 9A and the Water Resource 
District as established under Section 14." 

By striking Section 3.3.4. and substituting in its place the following section 
3.3.4.: 

"3.3.4. When a District boundary line divides a lot that is in one owner- 
ship of record at the time such line is adopted, a use that is permitted on 
one portion of the lot may be extended 50 feet into the other portion, pro- 
vided the first portion includes the required lot width and depth, and only 
if the lot has frontage on a street in the less restricted district. The Board, 
however, may authorize by special permit the increase of such district to 
not more than Two Hundred (200) feet. This allowance does not apply to 
flood plain and watershed protection districts described in Section 9A or to 
the water resource districts described in Section 14." 

By adding to Section 10 the following Section 10.12.9.: 

"10.12.9. When any portion of a cluster lies within a water resource 
district, the number of dwelling units served by on-site sewage disposal 
systems within the district shall not exceed the number allowed under Sec- 
tion 5— AREA REGULATIONS, of this Bylaw"; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 



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ARTICLE 39. 

MOVED: That the Zoning Bylaws be amended as follows: 

(a) By adding to Section 2.1— DEFINITIONS, definitions of the word 
"impervious" and the phrase "toxic or hazardous materials" in their ap- 
propriate alphabetical locations which definitions shall provide as follows: 

By adding to Section 2.1— DEFINITIONS, definitions of the word "im- 
pervious" and the phrase "toxic or hazardous materials" in their ap- 
propriate alphabetical locations which definitions shall provide as follows: 

^'Impervious — impenetrable by surface water." 

"Toxic or Hazardous Materials — a product, waste or combination of 
substances which, because of quantity, concentration, or physical, 
chemical, or infectious characteristics, poses a substantial hazard to human 
health or safety if improperly treated, stored, transported, used, disposed 
of, or otherwise managed. Among others, any substance regulated as a 
hazardous waste under Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 21 C, as 
amended or regulated substances defined under Subtitle 1 , Section 9001 of 
the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, as amended, shall be con- 
sidered a toxic or hazardous material for purposes of this Bylaw." 

(b) By adding a new Section 14 which shall read as follows: 
"14. WATER RESOURCE DISTRICT 

14. 1. PURPOSE. The purpose of the Water Resource District is to pro- 
tect, preserve and maintain the existing and potential ground and surface 
water resources providing water supply for the Town of Cohasset, and to 
protect the pubhc health and welfare. 

14.2 ESTABLISHMENT OF DISTRICT. The Water Resource District is 
hereby estabhshed as an overlay district. The Water Resource District is 
delineated on the map entitled 'Water Resource District, Town of 
Cohasset, Massachusetts,' dated March, 1986 and on file with the Town 
Clerk. 

14.3. USE REGULATIONS. The Water Resource District shall be con- 
sidered to be superimposed over any other district established in this Bylaw. 
Land in the Water Resource District may be used for any use otherwise per- 
mitted in the underlying district, subject to the following limitations, 

14.3.1. Prohibitions. The following are prohibited. 

A. Manufacture, storage, transport, or disposal of toxic or hazar- 
dous materials as a principal activity. 

B. Sanitary landfill and other solid waste facilities, automotive 
graveyard or other junkyard, municipal waste water treatment 
facility, and road salt stockpile. 

C. Auto service stations and automotive repair garages. 

D. Underground storage of hazardous materials, or petroleum 
substances. 

E. Above-ground storage of toxic or hazardous materials ag- 
gregating more than 25 pounds dry weight or 55 gallons liquid 
measure; provided, however, that subject to Section 14.3.2. 
hereof, this subsection shall not prohibit storage of home heating 



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oils in amounts less than 10,000 gallons liquid. 
F. Disposal of snow that contains de-icing chemicals and that has 

been brought in from outside the District. 
14.3.2. Uses Requiring Special Permits. Within the Water Resource 
District, the following shall be allowed only if granted a Special Permit 
from the Zoning Board of Appeals hereinafter called the "Special Permit 
Granting Authority. ' ' 

A. Storage of more than 600 gallons of home heating oils. 

B. Waste generation requiring the obtaining of an EPA identifica- 
tion number, except for small quantity generators, as defined 
under Section 310 CMR 30.351. 

C. On-site sewage disposal having an estimated sewage flow greater 
than 15,000 gallons per day regardless of lot size, or greater than 
500 gallons per day if within 500 feet of Lily Pond, Aaron River, 
Aaron River Reservoir, Peppermint Brook, or Brass Kettle 
Brook. 

D. Rendering impervious more than 40% of a lot area within the 
Water Resource District. 

E. More than minor removal of existing trees and vegetation on 
more than 70<Vo of a lot area. 

F. Except for single-family dwellings, on-site sewage disposal 
systems having an estimated sewage flow exceeding 60 gallons per 
day per 10,000 sq. ft. of lot area. 

G. Any use having on-site disposal of industrial waste as defined in 
Title V of the State Environmental Code. 

H. Installation of machinery or equipment (other than vehicles) con- 
taining hazardous materials in excess of 25 pounds dry weight or 
55 gallons Hquid measure. 

14.4. DESIGN AND OPERATION GUIDELINES. Within the Water 
Resource District, the following design and operations guidelines shall be 
observed in all new construction except for single-family dwellings. 

14.4. 1. Safeguards. Provisions shall be made to protect against hazardous 
materials discharge or loss through corrosion, accidental damage, spillage, 
vandalism through such measures as provision for spill control in the vici- 
nity of chemical or fuel delivery points, secure storage areas for hazardous 
materials, and indoor storage provisions for corrodable or dissolvable 
materials. 

14.4.2. Location. Where the premises are partially outside of the Water 
Resource District, such potential pollution sources as on-site waste disposal 
systems shall, to the degree feasible, be located outside the District. 

14.4.3. Disposal. Provisions shall be made to assure that any waste dis- 
posed on the site shall contian no hazardous materials in quantities 
substantially greater than associated with normal household use. 

14.4.4. Drainage. Floor or lavatory drainage shall be directed to an imper- 
vious retention facility for controlled removal. Provision shall be made for 
on-site recharge of all stormwater runoff from impervious surfaces unless, 
following consultation with the Conservation Commission, the Building 



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Inspector determines that either recharge is infeasible because of site condi- 
tions or is undesirable because of uncontrollable risks to water quality from 
such recharge. Recharge shall be by surface infiltration through vegetative 
surfaces unless otherwise approved by the Building Inspector following 
consultation with the Conservation Commission. Dry wells shall be used 
only where other methods are infeasible and shall employ oil, grease, and 
sediment traps. Drainage from loading and unloading areas for hazardous 
materials shall be separately collected for safe disposal. 

14.5. SPECIAL PERMITS. 

14.5.1. Authority and Procedure. Upon receipt of the Special Permit ap- 
plication, the Special Permit Granting Authority shall transmit one copy 
each to the Planning Board, Conservation Commission, Board of Health, 
Board of Water Commisisoners, and the Building Inspector for their writ- 
ten recommendations. Failure to respond within 35 days of transmittal 
shall indicate approval by the board or individual failing to respond. 

14.5.2. Submittals. In applying for a Special permit under this Section, 
the information listed below shall be submitted to the Special Permit 
Granting Authority unless the Special Permit Granting Authority, prior to 
formal application, determines that certain of these items are not relevant: 

A. A complete list of all chemicals, pesticides, fuels or other poten- 
tially hazardous materials to be used or stored on the premises in 
quantities greater than associated with normal household use, ac- 
companied by a description of the measures proposed to protect 
all storage containers or facihties from vandalism, corrosion, and 
leakage, and to provide for control of spills. 

B. A description of potentially hazardous wastes to be generated, in- 
cluding storage and disposal methods as in A above. 

C. For aboveground storage of hazardous materials or wastes, 
evidence of qualified professional supervision of design and in- 
stallation of the storage facilities or containers. 

D. For disposal on-site of domestic wastewater with an estimated 
sewage flow greater than 15,000 gallons per day, evidence of 
qualified professional supervision of design and installation, in- 
cluding an assessment of nitrate or coliform bacteria impact on 
groundwater quality. 

14.5.3. Special Permit Criteria. Special Permits under Section 14.5 shall 
be granted only if the Special Permit Granting Authority determines that 
groundwater quality resulting from on-site waste disposal, other operations 
on-site, and natural recharge will not fall below federal or state standards 
for drinking water when averaged over the boundaries of the site, or, if 
existing groundwater quality is already below those standards, on-site 
disposal or operations will result in no further deterioration, and only if the 
Special Permit Granting Authority determines that proposed control and 
response measures adequately and reliably mitigate risk to groundwater 
quality resulting from accident or system failure. In its decision the Special 
Permit Granting Authority shall explain any departures from the recom- 
mendations of other boards or officials in its decision. 



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14.5.4. Conditions. Special permits shall be granted only subject to such 
conditions as are necessary to assure adequate safeguarding of water 
quality, which may include the following, among others: 

A. Monitoring wells to be located downgradient of potential pollu- 
tion sources, with periodic sampling to be provided to the Board 
of Health at the owner's expense. 

B. Pollutant source reduction, including limitations on use of park- 
ing area de-icing materials and periodic cleaning or renovation of 
pollution control devices, such as catchbasin sumps. 

14.6 NONCONFORMING USES. Legally pre-existing nonconforming 
structures and uses in the Water Resource District shall be governed by Sec- 
tion 8 of this Bylaw." 

(c) By adding to Section 3.1 the following sentence at the end of the table: 

"In addition, there are two overlay districts: The Flood Plain and Water- 
shed District as established under Section 9A and the Water Resource 
District as established under Section 14." 

(d) By striking Section 3.3.4. and substituting in its place the following 
Section 3.3.4.: 

"3.3.4. When a District boundary line divides a lot that is in one owner- 
ship of record at the time such line is adopted, a use that is permitted on 
one portion of the lot may be extended 50 feet into the other portion, pro- 
vided the first portion includes the required lot width and depth, and only 
if the lot has frontage on a street in the less restricted district. The Board, 
however, may authorize by special permit the increase of such district to 
not more than Two Hundred (200) feet. This allowance does not apply to 
flood plain and watershed protection districts described in Section 9A or to 
the water resource districts described in Section 14." 

(e) By adding to Section 10 the following Section 10.12.9.: 

"10.12.9. When any portion of a cluster lies within a water resource 
district, the number of dwelling units served by on-site sewage disposal 
systems within the district shall not exceed the number allowed under Sec- 
tion 5— AREA REGULATIONS, of this Bylaw." 

ARTICLE 39. Voted by a hand count— YES 162; NO 14, % vote required. 

Article 40. To see if the Town will amend its General Bylaws by adding thereto a 
new Section XII entitled "Hazardous Materials" which shall provide as follows: 

"XII HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 
Section 1. Purpose. The purpose of this Section is to protect, preserve and 
maintain the existing and potential groundwater supply, groundwater 
recharge areas and surface water within the Town from contamination, and 
to protect the public health and welfare. 

Section 2. Definitions. The following definitions shall apply in the inter- 
pretation and implementation of this Section. 

'Flammable fluid' means any fluid which will emit a vapor which can be ig- 
nited by a flame or spark. 

'Hazardous material' means a product, waste, or combination of substance 



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or combination of substances which, because of quantity, concentration, 
or physical, chemical, or infectious characteristics, poses a significant 
hazard to human health or safety if improperly treated, stored, 
transported, used, disposed of, or otherwise managed. Among others, any 
substance deemed a 'hazardous waste' under Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 21C as amended or regulated substances defined under Subtitle 1, 
Section 9001 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, as amended, 
shall be considered a toxic or hazardous material for purposes of this Sec- 
tion. 

'Discharge' means the disposal, deposit, injection, dumping, spiUing, leak- 
ing, incineration, or placing of any hazardous material or any constituent 
thereof into or on any land or water so that such material may enter the en- 
vironment or be emitted into the air or discharged into any waters, in- 
cluding groundwaters. 

Section 3. Hazardous Materials Storage. 

(a) Registration. 

(i) Anyone storing hazardous materials in quantities totalling 
more than 25 pounds dry weight or 50 gallons liquid shall register 
with the Board of Health the types, quantities, location, and 
methods of storage of said hazardous materials. Registration re- 
quired by this provision shall be initially submitted by July 1, 1986 
and annually thereafter within 30 days of July 1 each year, 
(ii) Anyone meeting the registration requirement for the first time 
subsequent to July 1, 1986 shall register initially within 30 days of 
meeting such requirements and thereafter within 30 days of July 
1, each year. 

(iii) Copies of registration information shall be regularly for- 
warded by the Board of Health to the Fire Department, 
(iv) The Health Agent shall maintain and make available a listing 
of materials deemed to be hazardous. 

(b) Inventory 

(i) In addition to registration, owners or operators of commer- 
cial, industrial, or municipal establishments, including home oc- 
cupations and agriculture, registered in accordance with Section 
3(a)(i) or (ii) above shall maintain on the premises an inventory, 
reconciled on a monthly basis, of purchase, sale, use and disposal 
of hazardous materials. The purpose of this inventory is to detect 
any product loss and to provide an ongoing record of all quan- 
tities of hazardous materials within the Town over the registration 
period. 

(ii) Owners or operators shall produce the latest reconciled inven- 
tory within 24 hours of request by the Health Agent, 
(iii) Storage of flammable fluids may also be subject to inventory 
control under 527 CMR 9.00, Board of Fire Prevention Regula- 
tions for Tanks and Containers. 

(c) Aboveground Storage 

(i) Wastes containing hazardous materials shall be held on the 
premises in product-tight containers for removal by a licensed car- 



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rier and for disposal in accordance with the Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 21 C. 

(ii) Aboveground containers of hazardous materials shall be 
stored on a surface impervious to the material being stored. The 
storage area shall be enclosed by a dike of impermeable construc- 
tion, with provisions for rainwater shelter or removal. The 
volume of the area enclosed by the dike shall be equal to or 
greater than 120% of the capacity of the containers within the 
dike. 

(d) Existing Underground Storage Tanks 

Owners of every underground storage facility, including home heating oil 
storage tanks, that have been installed prior to the effective date of this 
Bylaw shall provide the Board of Health the following information by July 
1, 1986: 

(i) name, address and telephone number (day and night) of the 

owner; 

(ii) name, address and telephone number (day and night) of the 

operator; 

(iii) the number of tanks on the property and the capacity and 

contents of each tank; 

(iv) evidence of the date of purchase and installation of each tank 

including Hcense and Fire Department permit, if any; 

(v) sketch map showing the location of all tanks on the property. 

(e) New or Replacement Underground Tanks 

The following provisions apply to new or replacement underground tanks. 
(i) All new and replacement tanks shall be designed and con- 
structed to minimize the risk of corrosion and leakage, and shall 
comply with the provisions of 527 CMR 9.00 Board of Fire 
Prevention Regulations for Tanks and Containers, whether stor- 
ing flammable fluids or not. 

(ii) The Board of Health or, if having jurisdiction, the Fire Chief, 
may prohibit placement or replacement of a tank or approve it 
subject to conditions if a determination is made that placement or 
replacement constitutes a danger to a pubhc or private water 
supply, by reason of its proximity to any pubhc or private well, 
groundwater supply, groundwater recharge area, or body of sur- 
face water or for any other reason. 

(0 Testing and Defects 

(i) All tanks shall be subject to test conducted at the owner's ex- 
pense at installation, 10 years after installation, 15 years after in- 
stallation, and annually thereafter. The test shall be one approved 
by the Health Agent, shall meet National Fire Prevention 
Association Pamphlet 329 criteria for better than 0.05 gallons per 
hour accuracy, and shall comply with 527 CMR 9.00 as amended, 
(ii) Owners of tanks for which evidence of installation date is not 
available shall, at the order of the Health Agent, have such 
systems tested in accordance with Section 5(0(i). 
(iii) If the Health Agent determines that the tank is not product- 



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tight, it shall be disposed of under his direction or, if involving 
flammable Hquids, under direction of the Fire Chief, 
(iv) All leaking tanks must be emptied by the owner or operator 
within 12 hours of leak detection and removed by the owner or 
operator in a period of time not longer than that determined by 
the Health Agent or, if having jurisdiction, the Fire Chief. Repair 
of known leaking tanks shall not be permitted, 
(g) Abandonment of Tanks 

(i) Except as provided in Section 5(g)(ii) below, no tank may be 
abandoned in place. Aboveground tanks shall be disposed of 
after being emptied of all products. Any underground storage 
tank out of service for a period in excess of six months shall be 
considered abandoned. Any tank taken out of service (even tem- 
porarily) shall be emptied of all hazardous materials under the 
direction of the Fire Chief if involving flammable liquids, and 
otherwise under direction of the Board of Health. The product 
and tank shall be disposed of at the owner's expense as directed 
by the official directing removal. 

(ii) If the owner of a tank used for storage of non-flammable 
materials, which is located under a building and which cannot be 
removed from the ground without first removing the building, 
decides to abandon it, the owner shall promptly notify the Fire 
Chief and the Board of Health of this decision and, subject to the 
directions of the Board of Health, have all the hazardous 
materials removed from the tank and the tank filled with sand or 
other inert material, prescribed by the Board of Health, 
(iii) The owner of a tank which will be out of service for less than 
six months shall promptly give notice of the decision to the Fire 
Chief if involving flammable liquids, or otherwise to the Board of 
Health, and, where that tank is subsurface, the materials remain- 
ing shall be removed from the tank and disposed of as directed 
and the tank filled with water or an inert gas, as directed. 

Section 4. Water Resource District. 

Within the Water Resource District as defined in Section 14 of the Cohasset 

Zoning Bylaw, the following additional requirements shall apply: 

(a) New Tanks 

As of July 1, 1986, new installation of tanks for the underground 
storage of hazardous material is prohibited. 

(b) Replacement Tanks 

(i) Replacement tanks for underground storage must not be of 
greater storage capacity than the tanks they replace, 
(ii) Replacement tanks shall have complete secondary contain- 
ment including piping with overfill detection, monitoring devices 
and alarms as designed and certified by a registered professional 
engineer. Such installation shall be annually certified as opera- 
tional to the satisfaction of the Board of Health. 

(c) Herbicides and Pesticides 

Notice of planned application of herbicides or pesticides by the 



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1 



Town of Cohasset or commercial contractors must be provided to 
the Board of Health at least 14 days prior to application in order 
to allow review regarding consistency with the pesticide label and 
state pesticide regulations. 

Section 5. Variances. 

The Board of Health may, unless otherwise required by law, vary the ap- 
phcation of any provision of this Bylaw in any case when, in its opinion, 
the applicant has demonstrated that a degree of environmental protection 
equivalent to that required under this Section will still be achieved, and that 
all other apphcable requirements, including those contained in 527 CMR 
9.00 as amended, will be met. The apphcant at his own expense must notify 
all abutters by certified mail at least 14 days before the hearing at which 
such variance request will be considered. The notification shall state the 
variance sought and the reasons therefor. The Board of Health shall also 
notify the Water Department, Planning Board, Fire Chief, and Building 
Inspector of any variance requested under this Section, for their response 
in writing. Any variance granted by the Board of Health shall be in writing; 
any denial of a variance shall also be in writing and shall contain a brief 
statement of the reasons for the denial. 

Section 6. Additional Prohibitions. 

(i) All discharges of hazardous materials within the Water 
Resource District are prohibited. 

(ii) Any person having knowledge of any discharge of hazardous 
materials within such area shall immediately report the discharge 
to the Fire Department, who shall notify the Health Agent. 

Section 7. Enforcement. 

(i) The Board of Health or its agents may enter upon privately 
owned property for the purpose of performing their duties under 
this Bylaw. 

(ii) Any person who violates any provision of this Bylaw shall be 
punished by a fine of not more than $100. Each day or portion 
thereof during which a violation continues shall constitute a 
separate offense; if more than one, each violation' shall constitute 
a separate offense. Upon the request of the Board of Health, the 
Board of Selectmen shall take such legal action as is necessary to 
enforce this Bylaw." or act on anything relating thereto. 

ARTICLE 40. 

MOVED: That the General By-laws be amended by adding thereto a new Section XII 

entitled "Hazardous Materials" which shall read as follows: 

'*XII HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 
Section 1. Purpose. The purpose of this Section is to protect, preserve and 
maintain the existing and potential groundwater supply, groundwater 
recharge areas and surface water within the Town from contamination, and 
to protect the public health and welfare. 

Section 2. Definitions. The following definitions shall apply in the inter- 
pretation and implementation of this Section. 

'Flammable fluid' means any fluid which will emit a vapor which can be ig- 
nited by a flame or spark. 



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'Hazardous material' means a product, waste, or combination of substance 
or combination of substances which, because of quantity, concentration, 
or physical, chemical, or infectious characteristics, poses a significant 
hazard to human health or safety if improperly treated, stored, 
transported, used, disposed of, or otherwise managed. Among others, any 
substance deemed a 'hazardous waste' under Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 21C as amended or regulated substances defined under Subtitle 1, 
Section 9001 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, as amended, 
shall be considered a toxic or hazardous material for purposes of this Sec- 
tion. 

'Discharge' means the disposal, deposit, injection, dumping, spilling, leak- 
ing, incineration, or placing of any hazardous material or any constituent 
thereof into or on any land or water so that such material may enter the en- 
vironment or be emitted into the air or discharged into any waters, in- 
cluding groundwaters. 

Section 3. Hazardous Materials Storage. 

(a) Registration. 

(i) Anyone storing hazardous materials in quantities totalling 
more than 25 pounds dry weight or 50 gallons liquid shall register 
with the Board of Health the types, quantities, location, and 
methods of storage of said hazardous materials. Registration re- 
quired by this provision shall be initially submitted by July 1, 1986 
and annually thereafter within 30 days of July 1 each year, 
(ii) Anyone meeting the registration requirement for the first time 
subsequent to July 1, 1986 shall register initially within 30 days of 
meeting such requirements and thereafter within 30 days of July 
1, each year. 

(iii) Copies of registration information shall be regularly for- 
warded by the Board of Health to the Fire Department, 
(iv) The Health Agent shall maintain and make available a listing 
of materials deemed to be hazardous. 

(b) Inventory 

(i) In addition to registration, owners or operators of commer- 
cial, industrial, or municipal establishments, including home oc- 
cupations and agriculture, registered in accordance with Section 
3(a)(i) or (ii) above shall maintain on the premises an inventory, 
reconciled on a monthly basis, of purchase, sale, use and disposal 
of hazardous materials. The purpose of this inventory is to detect 
any product loss and to provide an ongoing record of all quan- 
tities of hazardous materials within the Town over the registration 
period. 

(ii) Owners or operators shall produce the latest reconciled inven- 
tory within 24 hours of request by the Health Agent, 
(iii) Storage of flammable fluids may also be subject to inventory 
control under 527 CMR 9.00, Board of Fire Prevention Regula- 
tions for Tanks and Containers. 

(c) Aboveground Storage 

(i) Wastes containing hazardous materials shall be held on the 



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premises in product-tight containers for removal by a licensed car- 
rier and for disposal in accordance with the Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 21 C. 

(ii) Aboveground containers of hazardous materials shall be 
stored on a surface impervious to the material being stored. The 
storage area shall be enclosed by a dike of impermeable construc- 
tion, with provisions for rainwater shelter or removal. The 
volume of the area enclosed by the dike shall be equal to or 
greater than 120*^0 of the capacity of the containers within the 
dike. 

(d) Existing Underground Storage Tanks 

Owners of every underground storage facility, including home heating oil 
storage tanks, that have been installed prior to the effective date of this 
Bylaw shall provide the Board of Health the following information by July 
1, 1986: 

(i) name, address and telephone number (day and night) of the 

owner; 

(ii) name, address and telephone number (day and night) of the 

operator; 

(iii) the number of tanks on the property and the capacity and 

contents of each tank; 

(iv) evidence of the date of purchase and installation of each tank 

including license and Fire Department permit, if any; 

(v) sketch map showing the location of all tanks on the property. 

(e) New or Replacement Underground Tanks 

The following provisions apply to new or replacement underground tanks, 
(i) All new and replacement tanks shall be designed and con- 
structed to minimize the risk of corrosion and leakage, and shall 
comply with the provisions of 527 CMR 9.00 Board of Fire 
Prevention Regulations for Tanks and Containers, whether stor- 
ing flammable fluids or not. 

(ii) The Board of Health or, if having jurisdiction, the Fire Chief, 
may prohibit placement or replacement of a tank or approve it 
subject to conditions if a determination is made that placement or 
replacement constitutes a danger to a public or private water 
supply, by reason of its proximity to any public or private well, 
groundwater supply, groundwater recharge area, or body of sur- 
face water or for any other reason. 

(0 Testing and Defects 

(i) All tanks shall be subject to test conducted at the owner's ex- 
pense at installation, 10 years after installation, 15 years after in- 
stallation, and annually thereafter. The test shall be one approved 
by the Health Agent, shall meet National Fire Prevention 
Association Pamphlet 329 criteria for better than 0.05 gallons per 
hour accuracy, and shall comply with 527 CMR 9.00 as amended, 
(ii) Owners of tanks for which evidence of installation date is not 
available shall, at the order of the Health Agent, have such 
systems tested in accordance with Section 5(0(i). 



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(iii) If the Health Agent determines that the tank is not product- 
tight, it shall be disposed of under his direction or, if involving 
flammable liquids, under direction of the Fire Chief, 
(iv) All leaking tanks must be emptied by the owner or operator 
within 12 hours of leak detection and removed by the owner or 
operator in a period of time not longer than that determined by 
the Health Agent or, if having jurisdiction, the Fire Chief. Repair 
of known leaking tanks shall not be permitted. 

(g) Abandonment of Tanks 

(i) Except as provided in Section 5(g)(ii) below, no tank may be 
abandoned in place. Aboveground tanks shall be disposed of 
after being emptied of all products. Any underground storage 
tank out of service for a period in excess of six months shall be 
considered abandoned. Any tank taken out of service (even tem- 
porarily) shall be emptied of all hazardous materials under the 
direction of the Fire Chief if involving flammable liquids, and 
otherwise under direction of the Board of Health. The product 
and tank shall be disposed of at the owner's expense as directed 
by the official directing removal. 

(ii) If the owner of a tank used for storage of non-flammable 
materials, which is located under a building and which cannot be 
removed from the ground without first removing the building, 
decides to abandon it, the owner shall promptly notify the Fire 
Chief and the Board of Health of this decision and, subject to the 
directions of the Board of Health, have all the hazardous 
materials removed from the tank and the tank filled with sand or 
other inert material, prescribed by the Board of Health, 
(iii) The owner of a tank which will be out of service for less than 
six months shall promptly give notice of the decision to the Fire 
Chief if involving flammable liquids, or otherwise to the Board of 
Health, and, where that tank is subsurface, the materials remain- 
ing shall be removed from the tank and disposed of as directed 
and the tank filled with water or an inert gas, as directed. 

Section 4. Water Resource District. 

Within the Water Resource District as defined in Section 14 of the Cohasset 

Zoning Bylaw, the following additional requirements shall apply: 

(a) New Tanks 

As of July 1, 1986, new installation of tanks for the underground 
storage of hazardous material is prohibited. 

(b) Replacement Tanks 

(i) Replacement tanks for underground storage must not be of 
greater storage capacity than the tanks they replace, 
(ii) Replacement tanks shall have complete secondary contain- 
ment including piping with overfill detection, monitoring devices 
and alarms as designed and certified by a registered professional 
engineer. Such installation shall be annually certified as opera- 
tional to the satisfaction of the Board of Health. 

(c) Herbicides and Pesticides 

Notice of planned application of herbicides or pesticides by the 



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Town of Cohasset or commercial contractors must be provided to 
the Board of Health at least 14 days prior to application in order 
to allow review regarding consistency with the pesticide label and 
state pesticide regulations. 

Section 5. Variances. 

The Board of Health may, unless otherwise required by law, vary the ap- 
plication of any provision of this Bylaw in any case when, in its opinion, 
the applicant has demonstrated that a degree of environmental protection 
equivalent to that required under this Section will still be achieved, and that 
all other applicable requirements, including those contained in 527 CMR 
9.00 as amended, will be met. The appHcant at his own expense must notify 
all abutters by certified mail at least 14 days before the hearing at which 
such variance request will be considered. The notification shall state the 
variance sought and the reasons therefor. The Board of Health shall also 
notify the Water Department, Planning Board, Fire Chief, and Building 
Inspector of any variance requested under this Section, for their response 
in writing. Any variance granted by the Board of Health shall be in writing; 
any denial of a variance shall also be in writing and shall contain a brief 
statement of the reasons for the denial. 

Section 6. Additional Prohibitions. 

(i) All discharges of hazardous materials within the Water 
Resource District are prohibited. 

(ii) Any person having knowledge of any discharge of hazardous 
materials within such area shall immediately report the discharge 
to the Fire Department, who shall notify the Health Agent. 

Section 7. Enforcement. 

(i) The Board of Health or its agents may enter upon privately 
owned property for the purpose of performing their duties under 
this Bylaw. 

(ii) Any person who violates any provision of this Bylaw shall be 
punished by a fine of not more than $100. Each day or portion 
thereof during which a violation continues shall constitute a 
separate offense; if more than one, each violation shall constitute 
a separate offense. Upon the request of the Board of Health, the 
Board of Selectmen shall take such legal action as is necessary to 
enforce this Bylaw." or act on anything relating thereto. 

ARTICLE 40. Amendment proposed by Barbara Kern, Chairperson of the Board of 
Health. 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 40 be amended as follows: 

(a) By striking the word "Anyone" from Section 3(a)(ii) and 
substituting in its place the words "Any owners or operators of commer- 
cial, industrial or municipal establishments, including home occupations 
and agriculture." 

(b) By adding to Section (c)(ii) in the first line thereof following the 
word "materials" and prior to the word "shall" the words "stored by 
anyone registered in accordance with Section 3(a)(i) or (ii)." 

(c) By adding to Section 3(f)(ii) in the last line thereof following the 



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word "tested" and prior to the word '*in" the word "annually." 

(d) By adding to the end of Section 3(g)(i) the following sentence 
"Provided, however, that nothing contained in subparagraphs (i) through 
(iii) shall pertain to the seasonal use of heating oils." 

(e) By striking the words "Section 5(g)(ii)" as it appears in Section 3(g)(i) 
and substituting the words "Section 3(g)(ii)." 

(f) By adding to Section 4(c) in the first Une thereof following the 
word "planned" and prior to the word "Application" the word 
"routine," and by changing the figure 14 to the figure 7. 

So that the main motion under Article 40 will now read: 

"XII HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 
Section I. Purpose. The purpose of this Section is to protect, preserve and 
maintain the existing and potential groundwater supply, groundwater 
recharge areas and surface water within the Town from contamination, and 
to protect the public health and welfare. 

Section 2. Definitions. The following definitions shall apply in the inter- 
pretation and implementation of this Section. 

'Flammable fluid' means any fluid which will emit a vapor which can be ig- 
nited by a flame or spark. 

'Hazardous material' means a product, waste, or combination of substance 
or combination of substances which, because of quantity, concentration, 
or physical, chemical, or infectious characteristics, poses a significant 
hazard to human health or safety if improperly treated, stored, 
transported, used, disposed of, or otherwise managed. Among others, any 
substance deemed a 'hazardous waste' under Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 21C as amended or regulated substances defined under Subtitle 1, 
Section 9001 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, as amended, 
shall be considered a toxic or hazardous material for purposes of this Sec- 
tion. 

'Discharge' means the disposal, deposit, injection, dumping, spilling, leak- 
ing, incineration, or placing of any hazardous material or any constituent 
thereof into or on any land or water so that such material may enter the en- 
vironment or be emitted into the air or discharged into any waters, in- 
cluding groundwaters. 

Section 3. Hazardous Materials Storage. 

(a) Registration. 

(i) Anyone storing hazardous materials in quantities totalling 
more than 25 pounds dry weight or 50 gallons liquid shall register 
with the Board of Health the types, quantities, location, and 
methods of storage of said hazardous materials. Registration re- 
quired by this provision shall be initially submitted by July 1, 1986 
and annually thereafter within 30 days of July 1 each year, 
(ii) Any owners or operators of commercial, industrial or 
municipal estabhshments, including home occupations and 
agriculture meeting the registration requirement for the first time 
subsequent to July 1, 1986 shall register initially within 30 days of 
meeting such requirements and thereafter within 30 days of July 
1, each year. 



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(iii) Copies of registration information shall be regularly for- 
warded by the Board of Health to the Fire Department. 
(iv) The Health Agent shall maintain and make available a listing 
of materials deemed to be hazardous, 
(b) Inventory 

(i) In addition to registration, owners or operators of commer- 
cial, industrial, or municipal establishments, including home oc- 
cupations and agriculture, registered in accordance with Section 
3(a)(i) or (ii) above shall maintain on the premises an inventory, 
reconciled on a monthly basis, of purchase, sale, use and disposal 
of hazardous materials. The purpose of this inventory is to detect 
any product loss and to provide an ongoing record o( all quan- 
tities of hazardous materials within the Town over the registration 
period. 

(ii) Owners or operators shall produce the latest reconciled inven- 
tory within 24 hours of request by the Health Agent. 
(iii) Storage of flammable fluids may also be subject to inventory 
control under 527 CMR 9.00, Board of Fire Prevention Regula- 
tions for Tanks and Containers. 

(c) Aboveground Storage 

(i) Wastes containing hazardous materials shall be held on the 
premises in product-tight containers for removal by a licensed car- 
rier and for disposal in accordance with the Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 21C. 

(ii) Aboveground containers of hazardous materials stored by 
anyone registered in accordance with Section (3)(a)(i) and (ii) shall 
be stored on a surface impervious to the material being stored. 
The storage area shall be enclosed by a dike of impermeable con- 
struction, with provisions for rainwater shelter or removal. The 
volume of the area enclosed by the dike shall be equal to or 
greater than 120% of the capacity of the containers within the 
dike. 

(d) Existing Underground Storage Tanks 

Owners of every underground storage facility, including home heating oil 
storage tanks, that have been installed prior to the effective date of this 
Bylaw shall provide the Board of Health the following information by July 
1, 1986: 

(i) name, address and telephone number (day and night) of the 

owner; 

(ii) name, address and telephone number (day and night) of the 

operator; 

(iii) the number of tanks on the property and the capacity and 

contents of each tank; 

(iv) evidence of the date of purchase and installation of each tank 

including license and Fire Department permit, if any; 

(v) sketch map showing the location of all tanks on the property. 

(e) New or Replacement Underground Tanks 

The following provisions apply to new or replacement underground tanks. 



85 



(i) All new and replacement tanks shall be designed and con- 
structed to minimize the risk of corrosion and leakage, and shall 
comply with the provisions of 527 CMR 9.00 Board of Fire 
Prevention Regulations for Tanks and Containers, whether stor- 
ing flammable fluids or not. 

(ii) The Board of Health or, if having jurisdiction, the Fire Chief, 
may prohibit placement or replacement of a tank or approve it 
subject to conditions if a determination is made that placement or 
replacement constitutes a danger to a public or private water 
supply, by reason of its proximity to any public or private well, 
groundwater supply, groundwater recharge area, or body of sur- 
face water or for any other reason. 
(0 Testing and Defects 

(i) All tanks shall be subject to test conducted at the owner's ex- 
pense at installation, 10 years after installation, 15 years after in- 
stallation, and annually thereafter. The test shall be one approved 
by the Health Agent, shall meet National Fire Prevention 
Association Pamphlet 329 criteria for better than 0.05 gallons per 
hour accuracy, and shall comply with 527 CMR 9.00 as amended. 

(ii) Owners of tanks for which evidence of installation date is not 
available shall, at the order of the Health Agent, have such 
systems tested annually in accordance with Section 5(f)(i). 
(iii) If the Health Agent determines that the tank is not product- 
tight, it shall be disposed of under his direction or, if involving 
flammable liquids, under direction of the Fire Chief, 
(iv) All leaking tanks must be emptied by the owner or operator 
within 12 hours of leak detection and removed by the owner or 
operator in a period of time not longer than that determined by 
the Health Agent or, if having jurisdiction, the Fire Chief. Repair 
of known leaking tanks shall not be permitted, 
(g) Abandonment of Tanks 

(i) Except as provided in Section 3(g)(ii) below, no tank may be 
abandoned in place. Aboveground tanks shall be disposed of 
after being emptied of all products. Any underground storage 
tank out of service for a period in excess of six months shall be 
considered abandoned. Any tank taken out of service (even tem- 
porarily) shall be emptied of all hazardous materials under the 
direction of the Fire Chief if involving flammable liquids, and 
otherwise under direction of the Board of Health. The product 
and tank shall be disposed of at the owner's expense as directed 
by the official directing removal. 

(ii) If the owner of a tank used for storage of non-flammable 
materials, which is located under a building and which cannot be 
removed from the ground without first removing the building, 
decides to abandon it, the owner shall promptly notify the Fire 
Chief and the Board of Health of this decision and, subject to the 
directions of the Board of Health, have all the hazardous 
materials removed from the tank and the tank filled with sand or 
other inert material, prescribed by the Board of Health. 



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(iii) The owner of a tank which will be out of service for less than 
six months shall promptly give notice of the decision to the Fire 
Chief if involving flammable liquids, or otherwise to the Board of 
Health, and, where that tank is subsurface, the materials remain- 
ing shall be removed from the tank and disposed of as directed 
and the tank filled with water or an inert gas, as directed. 

Section 4. Water Resource District. 

Within the Water Resource District as defined in Section 14 of the Cohasset 

Zoning Bylaw, the following additional requirements shall apply: 

(a) New Tanks 

As of July 1, 1986, new installation of tanks for the underground 
storage of hazardous material is prohibited. 

(b) Replacement Tanks 

(i) Replacement tanks for underground storage must not be of 
greater storage capacity than the tanks they replace, 
(ii) Replacement tanks shall have complete secondary contain- 
ment including piping with overfill detection, monitoring devices 
and alarms as designed and certified by a registered professional 
engineer. Such installation shall be annually certified as opera- 
tional to the satisfaction of the Board of Health. 

(c) Herbicides and Pesticides 

Notice of planned routine appHcation of herbicides or pesticides 
by the Town of Cohasset or commercial contracters must be pro- 
vided to the Board of Health at least 7 days prior to application in 
order to allow review regarding consistency with the pesticide 
label and state pesticide regulations. 

Section 5. Variances. 

The Board of Health may, unless otherwise required by law, vary the ap- 
plication of any provision of this Bylaw in any case when, in its opinion, 
the applicant has demonstrated that a degree of environmental protection 
equivalent to that required under this Section will still be achieved, and that 
all other applicable requirements, including those contained in 527 CMR 
9.00 as amended, will be met. The applicant at his own expense must notify 
all abutters by certified mail at least 14 days before the hearing at which 
such variance request will be considered. The notification shall state the 
variance sought and the reasons therefor. The Board of Health shall also 
notify the Water Department, Planning Board, Fire Chief, and Building 
Inspector of any variance requested under this Section, for their response 
in writing. Any variance granted by the Board of Health shall be in writing; 
any denial of a variance shall also be in writing and shall contain a brief 
statement of the reasons for the denial. 

Section 6. Additional Prohibitions. 

(i) All discharges of hazardous materials within the Water 
Resource District are prohibited. 

(ii) Any person having knowledge of any discharge of hazardous 
materials within such area shall immediately report the discharge 
to the Fire Department, who shall notify the Health Agent. 



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Section 7. Enforcement. 

(i) The Board of Health or its agents may enter upon privately 
owned property for the purpose of performing their duties under 
this Bylaw. 

(ii) Any person who violates any provision of this Bylaw shall be 
punished by a fine of not more than $100. Each day or portion 
thereof during which a violation continues shall constitute a 
separate offense; if more than one, each violation shall constitute 
a separate offense. Upon the request of the Board of Health, the 
Board of Selectmen shall take such legal action as is necessary to 
enforce this Bylaw." or act on anything relating thereto. 

ARTICLE 40. Amendment was voted by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 40. Main motion as amended was then voted by a voice vote. 

Article 31. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds, the sum of Seventeen Thousand and no/100 ($17,000.00) oUars for the purchase 
and equipping of a new 1-ton, four-wheel-drive chassis and cab and authorize the 
"trade-in" of the 1979 1-ton CMC four-wheel- drive chassis and cab currently used by 
the Highway Department; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Seventeen 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($17,000.00) Dollars for the purchase and equipping of a new 
1-ton, four-wheel-drive chassis and cab and authorize the "trade-in" of the 1979 1-ton 
GMC four-wheel-drive chassis and cab currently used by the Highway Department. 

ARTICLE 3 1 . Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 32. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twelve Thousand and no/ 100 ($12,000.00) Dollars for the purchase 
and equipping of a new 3-ton sidewalk roller and authorize the trade in of the 1974 
2-ton sidewalk roller currently used by the Highway Department; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Twelve Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($12,000.00) Dollars for the purchase and equipping of a new 3-ton 
sidewalk roller and authorize the "trade-in" of the 1974 2- ton sidewalk roller currently 
used by the Highway Department. 

ARTICLE 32. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 33. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow the sum of Ninety Thousand and no/100 ($90,000.00) Dollars for the 
purpose of purchasing three (3) 1986 school buses; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town Treasurer with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, be 
authorized to borrow the sum of Sixty Thousand and no/ 100 ($60,000.00) Dollars for a 
term not to exceed Five (5) years for the purpose of purchasing Two (2) 1986 school 
buses. 

ARTICLE 33. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. Vi vote required. 

Article 34. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the General 
Bylaws— SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by striking therefrom Section 26 and 
substituting in its place and stead the following:' 



Section 26. (a) The use of Sandy Beach Parking lot off Atlantic Avenue 
shall be hmited to vehicles having properly displayed Facilities Permits or 
Sandy Beach Association Parking Permits. Facility Permits shall be issued 
to vehicle owners who are residents or summer residents of the Town or 
who own real estate within the Town. Sandy Beach Association Parking 
Permits shall be issued to subscribers to the Sandy Beach Association; 

(b) Facility Permits for residents shall be valid for the following 
areas: Sandy Beach Parking Lot, Cedar Street Landfill, Government 
Island, and the Edwin A. Young, Jr. Parking Lot. Sandy Beach Associa- 
tion Parking Permits shall be valid only for Sandy Beach Parking Lot, and 
non-resident Government Island Parking Permits shall be valid only for 
Government Island parking areas; 

(c) all Parking Facility Permits, Sandy Beach Association Parking Per- 
mits, and Government Island Parking Permits shall expire on the 30th day 
of June each year; 

(d) no person shall park a vehicle in the Sandy Beach Parking Lot between 
the hours of 10:00 P.M. and 5:00 A.M.; 

(e) no person shall discard any glass, metal cans, rubbish, filth, or sharp 
objects of any kind upon any of the parking areas or commit any nuisance 
thereon; 

(f) the Board of Selectmen shall estabhsh rules and regulations for the 
Sandy Beach Parking Lot, pursuant to Chapter 40, Section 22, of the 
Massachusetts General Laws and shall post signs containing the provisions 
of these regulations near all entrances to the Sandy Beach Parking Lot; 

(g) the Board of Selectmen shall review the rules and regulations on an an- 
nual basis and shall consider recommendations made by the Recreation 
Commission. The rules and regulations shall be filed with the Town Clerk 
each year, as provided for in Chapter 40, Section 33, of the Massachusetts 
General Laws;" or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 26 of the General By-Laws SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER 

be amended by striking Section 26 thereof and substituting in its place a new Section 26 
which shall read as follows: 

Section 26. (a) The use of Sandy Beach Parking lot off Atlantic Avenue 
shall be limited to vehicles having properly displayed Facilities Permits or 
Sandy Beach Association Parking Permits. Facility Permits shall be issued 
to vehicle owners who are residents or summer residents of the Town or 
who own real estate within the Town. Sandy Beach Association Parking 
Permits shall be issued to subscribers to the Sandy Beach Association; 

(b) Facility Permits for residents shall be valid for the following 
areas: Sandy Beach Parking Lot, Cedar Street Landfill, Government 
Island, and the Edwin A. Young, Jr. Parking Lot. Sandy Beach Associa- 
tion Parking Permits shall be valid only for Sandy Beach Parking Lot, and 
non-resident Government Island Parking Permits shall be valid only for 
Government Island parking areas; 

(c) all Parking Facility Permits, Sandy Beach Association Parking Per- 
mits, and Government Island Parking Permits shall expire on the 30th day 
of June each year; 



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(d) no person shall park a vehicle in the Sandy Beach Parking Lot between 
the hours of 10:00 P.M. and 5:00 A.M.; 

(e) no person shall discard any glass, metal cans, rubbish, filth, or sharp 
objects of any kind upon any of the parking areas or commit any nuisance 
thereon; 

(f) the Board of Selectmen shall establish rules and regulations for the 
Sandy Beach Parking Lot, pursuant to Chapter 40, Section 22, of the 
Massachusetts General Laws and shall post signs containing the provisions 
of these regulations near all entrances to the Sandy Beach Parking Lot; 

(g) the Board of Selectmen shall review the rules and regulations on an an- 
nual basis and shall consider recommendations made by the Recreation 
Commission. The rules and regulations shall be filed with the Town Clerk 
each year, as provided for in Chapter 40, Section 33, of the Massachusetts 
General Laws;" or act on anything relating thereto. 



ARTICLE 34. Amendment proposed by Richard P. Barrow, member of the Recreation 
Commission. 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 34 be amended by adding thereto a new 
subsection (b) which shall read: "Facility Permits, Sandy Beach Association Parking 
Permits, and Government Island Parking Permits shall be issued under the direction of 
the Recreation Commission beginning at the start of the 1988 fiscal year," and by re- 
lettering former subsections (b) through (g) as (c) through (h) so that the main motion 
shall read as follows: 

''Section 26. (a) The use of Sandy Beach Parking Lot off Atlantic Avenue 
shall be limited to vehicles having properly displayed Facility Permits or 
Sandy Beach Association Parking Permits. Facility Permits shall be issued 
to vehicle owners who are residents or summer residents of the Town or 
who own real estate within the Town. Sandy Beach Association Parking 
Permits shall be issued to subscribers to the Sandy Beach Association; 

(b) Facility Permits, Sandy Beach Association Parking Permits, and 
Government Island Parking Permits shall be issued under the direction of 
the Recreation Commission beginning at the start of the 1988 fiscal year. 

(c) Facility Permits for residents shall be valid for the following 
areas: Sandy Beach Parking Lot, Cedar Street Landfill, Government 
Island, and the Edwin A. Young, Jr. Parking Lot. Sandy Beach Associa- 
tion Parking Permits shall be vaHd only for Sandy Beach Parking Lot, and 
non-resident Government Island Parking Permits shall be valid only for 
Government Island parking areas; 

(d) all Parking Facility Permits, Sandy Beach Association Parking Per- 
mits, and Government Island Parking Permits shall expire on the 30th day 
of June each year; 

(e) no person shall park a vehicle in the Sandy Beach Parking Lot between 
the hours of 10:00 P.M. and 5:00 A.M.; 

(f) no person shall discard any glass, metal cans, rubbish, filth, or sharp 
objects of any kind upon any of the parking areas or commit any nuisance 
thereon; 



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(g) the Board of Selectmen shall establish rules and regulations for the 
Sandy Beach Parking Lot and Government Island, pursuant to Chapter 40, 
Section 22, of the Massachusetts General Laws and shall post signs contain- 
ing the provisions of these regulations near all entrances to the Sandy Beach 
and Government Island Parking Lots. 

(h) the Board of Selectmen shall review the rules and regulations on an an- 
nual basis and shall consider recommendations made by the Recreation 
Commission. The rules and regulations shall be filed with the Town Clerk 
each year, as provided for in Chapter 40, Section 33, of the Massachusetts 
General Laws." 

Amendment Richard Barrow to the main motion was approved by a voice vote. 

Amendment offered by Maxwell Pounder: 

That the main motion under Article 34 be further amended by striking out in Section 
26(e) the hour of 10:00 P.M. and substituting the hour of 11:00 P.M., so that Section 
26(e) shall read; (e) no person shall park a vehicle in the Sandy Beach Parking Lot be- 
tween the hours of 1 1:00 P.M. and 5:00 A.M., and further so that the main motion, as 
previously amended, shall read as follows: 

"Section 26. (a) The use of Sandy Beach Parking Lot off Atlantic Avenue 
shall be limited to vehicles having properly displayed Facility Permits or 
Sandy Beach Association Parking Permits. FaciHty Permits shall be issued 
to vehicle owners who are residents or summer residents of the Town or 
who own real estate within the Town. Sandy Beach Association Parking 
Permits shall be issued to subscribers to the Sandy Beach Association; 

(b) Facility Permits, Sandy Beach Association Parking Permits, and 
Government Island Parking Permits shall be issued under the direction of 
the Recreation Commission beginning at the start of the 1988 fiscal year. 

(c) FaciUty Permits for residents shall be valid for the following 
areas: Sandy Beach Parking Lot, Cedar Street Landfill, Government 
Island, and the Edwin A. Young, Jr. Parking Lot. Sandy Beach Associa- 
tion Parking Permits shall be vahd only for Sandy Beach Parking Lot, and 
non-resident Government Island Parking Permits shall be valid only for 
Government Island parking areas; 

(d) all Parking FaciHty Permits, Sandy Beach Association Parking Per- 
mits, and Government Island Parking Permits shall expire on the 30th day 
of June each year; 

(e) no person shall park a vehicle in the Sandy Beach Parking Lot between 
the hours of 11:00 P.M. and 5:00 A.M.; 

(f) no person shall discard any glass, metal cans, rubbish, filth, or sharp 
objects of any kind upon any of the parking areas or commit any nuisance 
thereon; 

(g) the Board of Selectmen shall establish rules and regulations for the 
Sandy Beach Parking Lot and Government Island, pursuant to Chapter 40, 
Section 22, of the Massachusetts General Laws and shall post signs contain- 
ing the provisions of these regulations near all entrances to the Sandy Beach 
and Government Island Parking Lots. 

(h) the Board of Selectmen shall review the rules and regulations on an an- 
nual basis and shall consider recommendations made by the Recreation 



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Commission. The rules and regulations shall be filed with the Town Clerk 
each year, as provided for in Chapter 40, Section 33, of the Massachusetts 
General Laws." 

ARTICLE 34. Amendment (Pounder) was voted by a voice vote. 
Main Motion as amended was then voted by a voice vote. 

Article 35. To see if the Town shall acquire by eminent domain taking or other- 
wise, several parcels of land known as "Lily Pond Estates" as shown on a set of plans 
drawn by H. W. Moore Associates Inc. dated April 11, 1985. Such taking and or other 
means of acquisition by the Town is recommended for the protection of the declared 
public water supplies and to prevent the contamination and pollution of said supplies. 
Further, to see if the Town shall appropriate a sum of money for the legal fees, ap- 
praisal and acquisition costs as they pertain to this taking, or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 35. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 36. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000,00) Dollars for the preparation of working plans and 
specifications for the repair, rehabilitation and modernization of its Waste Water Treat- 
ment Plant to insure that it will meet the conditions of its NPDES permit as set forth in 
a letter dated January 9, 1986 from the United States Environmental Protection Agency 
a copy of which letter is filed with the office of the Town Clerk; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article 36 be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 36. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 37. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty Six Thousand and no/ 100 ($26,000.00) Dollars for the Town's 
share of the cost of participating in the Old Colony Network, a cooperative multi-town 
project to computerize certain library records; the funds to be used by the Trustees in 
connection with this project to purchase equipment, materials, supplies and services 
necessary or incidental to the project; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate the sum of Twenty Six Thousand and no/ 100 
($26,000.00) Dollars for the Town's share of the cost of participating in the Old Colony 
Library Network, a cooperative multi-town project to computerize certain library 
records; the funds to be used by the Trustees in connection with this project to purchase 
equipment, materials, supplies and services necessary or incidental to the project and to 
meet the appropriation, the sum of Nineteen Thousand Two Hundred and Twenty Six 
($19,226.00) Dollars be transferred from the Account entitled "Audubon Plate and 
Books," and the sum of Six Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy Four ($6,774.00) 
Dollars be raised by taxation. 

ARTICLE 37. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 38. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($500.00) Dollars to erect on 
Government Island a suitable marker to properly identify the upper parking lot as "The 
Edwin A. Young Memorial Parking Lot"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Five Hundred 
and no/ 100 ($500.00) Dollars to erect on Government Island a suitable marker to 
properly identify the upper parking lot as "The Edwin A. Young Memorial Parking 
Lot." 



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ARTICLE 38. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 41. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section VII— OFF-STREET 
PARKING AND LOADING REGULATIONS, of the Zoning Bylaw by striking 
therefrom paragraph C of subsection 7.3.3. and substituting in its place the following 
subparagraph C: 

"C. No entrance or exit driveway shall exceed twenty- four (24) feet in 
width except for a suitable radius of curvature at the entrance"; or act on 
anything relating thereto." 

MOVED: That the Zoning Bylaw, Section VII— OFF-STREET PARKING AND 
LOADING REGULATIONS, be amended by striking therefrom paragraph C of 
subsection 7.3.3. and substituting in its place and stead the following subparagraph C: 

*'C. No entrance or exit driveway shall exceed twenty- four (24) feet in 
width except for a suitable radius of curvature at the entrance." 

ARTICLE 41. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. % vote required. 

Article 42. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section V 11— OFF-STREET 
PARKING AND LOADING REGULATIONS of the Zoning Bylaw by adding thereto 
a new Subsection 7.2.11. which shall provide as follows: 

7.2.11. In addition to all other requirements contained in this Section 7, 
automobile dealers engaged in the sale at retail or wholesale o( new and 
used cars shall devote not less than 40% of the required parking spaces to 
customer parking"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Zoning Bylaw, Section VII— OFF-STREET PARKING AND 
LOADING REGULATIONS, be amended by adding thereto a new subsection 7.2.11 
which shall provide as follows: 

7.2.11. In addition to all other requirements contained in this Section 7, 
automobile dealers engaged in the sale at retail or wholesale of new and 
used cars shall devote not less than 20<Vo of the required parking spaces to 
customer parking. 

ARTICLE 42. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. Vy vote required. 

RKSOLUTION BY ROBERTA LEARY, 96 Elm Street 

RESOLVED, That the Board of Selectmen are requested to report to the June Special 
Town Meeting as to the process that will be used in planning to meet the financial 
obligations the Town will need in meeting its future capital requirements. 

Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 43. 

Name Address 

Richard P. Barrow 283 King Street 

Maureen F. Healy 49 Gushing Road 

Flossie Cogill 71 Church Street 

EHzabeth J. Maree 31 Parker Avenue 

J. J. Healy 49 Gushing Road 

Brian Cogill 66 Church Street 

Donald Haase 437 Beechwood Street 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury 81 Elm Street 

Robert M. Davenport 17 Black Horse Lane 

John F. Morgan 24 Bow Street 



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To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money for 
the purpose of procuring photographs of all Cohasset servicemen who lost their lives in 
World War II, Korea and Viet Nam. The photographs to be hung on the wall of the 
Auditorium of the Town Hall, with the five men of World War I, and to be placed there 
perpetually. Money to be expended by the Town's Veteran's Agent; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Three Thousand 
and no/ 100 ($3,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of procuring photographs of all 
Cohasset servicemen who lost their lives in World War II, Korea and Viet Nam. The 
photographs to be hung on the rear wall of the Auditorium of the Town Hall in 
perpetuity together with the pictures of the five men of World War I. The money ap- 
propriated hereunder to be expended by the Town's Veteran's Agent. 

ARTICLE 43. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 44. To see if the Town will appropriate from Water Revenue a sum of 
money to complete roof repairs to the water treatment facility at Lily Pond; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 44. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 45. To see if the Town will vote to accept a collective bargaining agreement 
made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Police Association and to 
see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate to effectuate the 
agreement; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 45. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 46. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Two Thousand One Hundred and no/100 ($2,100.00) Dollars to pur- 
chase a postage meter and a paper shredder for the Town Hall; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 46. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 47. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Fifteen Thousand Nine Hundred Ten and no/100 ($15,910.00) Dollars 
for the purchase of additional computer system; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Fifteen Thou- 
sand Nine Hundred Ten and no/100 ($15,910.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing 
an additional computer terminal and for added memory capacity to the Town's central 
computer system. 

ARTICLE 47. Defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 48. To see whether the Town will authorize the Treasurer/Collector to 
enter into a compensating balance agreement or agreements for the 1986 fiscal year as 
authorized by Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 44, Section 53F; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That the Town Treasurer/Collector be authorized in accordance with 
Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 44, Section 53F to enter into a compensating 
balance agreement or agreements for the 1987 fiscal year. 

ARTICLE 48. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 49. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article II of the General 
Bylaws — TOWN MEETING, by striking therefrom paragraph (b) of Section 2 and 
substituting in its place and stead the following paragrpah (b): 

"(b) The Selectmen shall give notice of every Special Town Meeting by 
causing a Constable to post attested copies of the Warrant for the meeting 
at the post office in the Town, and in not less than five other public places 
in the Town, not less than fourteen days before the day appointed for the 
meeting. In addition thereto, a copy of the Warrant printed in some conve- 
nient form shall be sent by mail or delivered to each registered voter of the 
Town at least seven days before the day appointed for the meeting"; or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the General Bylaws of the Town of Cohasset, Article II— TOWN 
MEETING, be amended by striking therefrom paragraph (b) of Section 2 and 
substituting in its place and stead the following paragraph (b): 

(b) The Selectmen shall give notice of every Special Town Meeting by caus- 
ing a Constable to post attested copies of the Warrant for the meeting at 
the post office in the Town, and in not less than five other public places in 
the Town, not less than fourteen days before the day appointed for the 
meeting. In addition thereto, a copy of the Warrant printed in some conve- 
nient form shall be sent by mail or dehvered to each registered voter of the 
Town at least seven days before the day appointed for the meeting. 

ARTICLE 49. Defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 50. To see if the Town will vote to amend its previous authorization for the 
preparation of working plans and specifictions for a waste water management and 
disposal system and for the implementation and construction of a waste water manage- 
ment and disposal system ("the Ward Plan") as voted in Article 48 of the June 18, 1984 
Special Town Meeting in order to conform with the Facilities Plan approved by the 
Department of Water Pollution Control (DWPC) of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts under date of February , 1986 ("the Modified Ward Plan") and, in 
order to implement the Modified Ward Plan, to see if the Town will raise and ap- 
propriate or transfer from available funds or borrow the sum of Dollars; and fur- 
ther to see if the Town will vote to amend Article 48 as adopted at the June 18, 1984 
Special Town Meeting to authorize an expenditure of funds for the preparation of 
working plans and specifications for the Modified Ward Plan under receipt of a design 
grant funding from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and to authorize construction 
of the Modified Ward Plan upon receipt of construction grant funding from the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts and the United States of America; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 50. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MOTION: That this meeting be adjourned to Saturday, April 12, 1986, to the Town 
Hall Auditorium at 8:00 A.M. for the election of Town Officers. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 10:55 P.M. 

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Polls open at 8:00 A.M. 



Town Election 

April 12, 1986 

Closed at 6:00 P.M. 



Election Officers Present at 7:30 A.M. 
Sworn in by Town Clerk Frances L. Marks 

Domenic M. Baccari 

Mary N. Grassie 

Bernard Mulcahy 

Janice M. Rosano 

Kathleen England 

Janet MacLure 

Ann Leonard 

Jean Salvador 

Dorothea C. Bjockgren 10:00 a.m. 

Constance S. Jones 



Grace Tuckerman 
Thomas Healy 
Kathleen Rhodes 
Elizabeth Longo 
Margaret Hernan 
Maria Pape 
Betty Pearce 
Charlotte Leland 
Geraldine Anslie 
Katherine Lincoln 



Total Voted 2,374 
51o7o Voted 



9:00 a.m. 
2:00 p.m. 



Pre. 1 Pre. 2 Total 



SELECTMEN for three years 
Two positions 

CHfford Mitman, Jr. 

Vito Conte 

James L. Gallagher 

Martha K. Gjesteby 

JohnK. McNabb, Jr. 

Jerome A. Whitney III 

Blanks 

Total 



2 


702 


451 


1153 


3 


143 


157 


300 


4 


463 


686 


1149 


5 


382 


305 


687 


6 


388 


418 


806 


7 


38 


19 


57 




282 


314 


596 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE for three years 
Two positions 

Diana D. Kornet 

C. Christopher Ford 

Dane Hahn 

Tanna Kasperowicz 

Blanks 

Total 

ASSESSOR for three years 
One position 

Thomas S. Duggan 

Blanks 

Total 



10 


665 


571 


1236 


11 


662 


702 


1324 


12 


211 


200 


411 


13 


420 


358 


778 



16 



863 



826 



1689 



TRUSTEE OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY for three years 

Three positions 

Barbara M.Power 21 785 711 

Michele A. Buckley 22 813 781 



1496 
1594 



— 96 



Lucia R. Woods 
Cynthia J. Whealler 
Blanks 
Total 



23 
24 



745 
337 



647 
303 



1392 
640 



BOARD OF HEALTH for three years 
One position 

Sharon Becker 

Matthew E. Sullivan 

Blanks 

Total 



27 
28 



651 

375 



610 
370 



1261 

745 



WATER COMMISSIONER for three years 
One position 

Ronald Goodwin 

Robert W. Jackson 

Blanks 

Total 



31 

32 



724 
278 



738 
304 



1462 

582 



SEWER COMMISSIONER for three years 
One position 

Frank C. DeSantis, Jr. 

Blanks 

Total 



35 



831 



740 



1571 



PLANNING BOARD for five years 










One position 










Daniel C. Cotton 


40 


654 


474 


1128 


Robert V. Davenport 


41 


249 


296 


545 


Mark H. Trask 


42 


173 


295 


468 


Blanks 










Total 











RECREATION COMMISSION for five years 
One position 

Gerard A. Buckley 

Blanks 

Total 



45 



925 



926 



1851 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY for five years 
One position 

John D. Muncey 48 

Blanks 

Total 



885 



843 



1728 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY for four years (to fill a vacancy) 
One position 

Stephen F. Wigmore 51 890 866 

Blanks 

Total 



1756 



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PRECINCT 1 CLERK'S REPORT 

The polls opened at 8:00 A.M. 
The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening. 



A. Number of card ballots received 
(37 packets x 50 = A) 

B. Number of unused card ballots 

( packets x 50 plus number remaining 
in partially used packets = B) 

C. Number of card ballots used 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 
(Total from Envelope #3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited into ballot box 



A. 1850 



B. 649 



1. Ballot card absentees 

2. Paper absentees 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 

(Add E and F) 
H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 

(G. and H. Should be the same) 
I. Subtract paper absentee amount 

(Subtract I from H) 
J. Card ballots to computer center 



99 



C. 1201 



E. 1199 



99 



G. 1199 

H. 1200 
1 over 



J. 1199 



PRECINCT 2 CLERK'S REPORT 

The polls opened at 8:00 A.M. 
The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening. 



A. Number of card ballots received 
(40 packets x 50 = A) 

B. Number of unused card ballots 

( packets x 50 plus number remaining 
in partially used packets = B) 

C. Number of card ballots used 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 
(Total from Envelope #3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited into ballot box 

1. Ballot card absentees 82 

2. Paper absentees 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
(Add E and F) 



A. 2000 



B. 823 



D. 



C. 1177 



E. 1175 



82 



G. 1175 



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H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls H. 1175 

(G. and H. Should be the same) 1 over 

I. Subtract paper absentee amount I. 

(Subtract I from H) 

J. Card ballots to computer center J. 1175 



Town Clerk's Report 
Special Town Meeting 

June 23, 1986 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 7:30 
P.M. the following articles were contained in the Warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by the 
Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 6:45 P.M. were Constance S. Jones, Janice Rosano, 
Margaret C. Hernan, Kathleen Rhodes and Marion L. Douglas. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator William D. Weeks at 7:30 P.M., Bernard 
Mulcahy, Grace R. Tuckerman, Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. and Robert S. Pape. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting Hst was 337. 

The meeting was called to order at 7:45 P.M. (with a quorum present) by the 
Moderator and the Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

RESOLUTION BY ROCCO F. LAUGELLE, 
MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT SO RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS Gordon E. FHnt served the Town of Cohasset continuously for thirty- 
three years as Tax Collector and Treasurer-Collector and did recently retire; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the citizens of Cohasset, in Town 
Meeting assembled, hereby record their keen appreciation of the distinguished service 
rendered in their behalf by Gordon E. Flint, a service marked by conscientious effort 
and proficiency and common sense in dealing with many problems and a friendly at- 
mosphere contributing to harmonious pubHc relations; 

AND, they further express the hope that with the continuing esteem of his fellow 
citizens, he may have a long and peaceful retirement from public service. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 



Article 1. To see if the Town will vote to amend the General Bylaws by striking 
therefrom. Article XI— Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan, and 
substituting in its place and stead as Article XI the Personnel Classification Plan con- 
tained in Appendix "A" to this Warrant; 



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APPENDIX '*A" 

TOWN OF COHASSET 
PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION and COMPENSATION PLAN 

SECTION 1. SCOPE OF THE PLAN 

This article shall be known as the Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan, 
which has been adopted pursuant to the provisions of M.G.L. Chapter 41, Sections 108 A 
and 108C, and other enabUng acts. 

The Plan applies to all employees of the Town except: 

a) those filled by general election; 

b) those under the control of the School Committee; and 

c) those covered by collective bargaining agreement. 

In addition, the Plan shall not apply to the following positions: 
Executive Secretary to the Board of Selectmen, Police Chief, Fire Chief, or Town Ac- 
countant, except to the extent that contracts with individuals holding these positions 
may incorporate provisions of this Plan. 

SECTION 2. ROLE OF PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

The five-member Personnel Committee is responsible for administering this Per- 
sonnel Classification and Compensation Plan and may estabhsh procedures as necessary 
to fulfill this charge. To aid in this function, the Committee shall collect data from 
neighboring towns concerning salaries, wages, fringe benefits and personnel poHcies for 
positions comparable to those in the Town of Cohasset. The Committee shall make recom- 
mendations to the Board of Selectmen as requested on matters pertaining to this Plan. 

SECTION 3. DEFINITIONS 

a) "Full Time Employee" is a regular employee who works at least 35 hours per week 
throughout the year. 

b) "Part Time Employee" is a regular employee who works less than 35 hours per week 
throughout the year. 

c) "Temporary Employee" is an employee in a full or part time position which is not 
likely to require the services of an incumbent on a year-round basis. Seasonal employees 
and employees hired for a specific project on a short-term basis are considered tem- 
porary employees. 

d) "Probationary Employee" is an employee who has not completed six months of 

service. 

e) "Regular Employee" is an employee who has completed his probationary period. 

f) "Exempt Employee" is a salaried employee who is employed in an executive, ad- 
ministrative, or professional capacity, and is not generally entitled to overtime pay 
if s/he meets the following criteria: a) Executive — primary duty is to manage a depart- 
ment; b) Administrative — primary duty is office or non-manual work directly related 
to management pohcies, or directly assisting an executive; and c) Professional — 
primary duty requires advanced knowledge acquired by specialized study, work is 
intellectual and the result is not standardized. 

g) "Non-exempt Employee" is an employee, whether paid a salary or hourly wage, whose 
primary duty is not executive, administrative, or professional in nature. A non-exempt 



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employee is entitled to overtime pay under certain conditions (see Section 6e of this 
Bylaw). 

h) "Continuous Employment" is full or part time employment which is uninterrupted 
except for military service, authorized vacation or sick leave, layoff of less than six 
months, or other leave of absence. 

i) A "Week," iox vacation or sick leave accrual, is five working days. 

SECTION 4. CLASSIFICATION PLAN 

a) Titles and Job Descriptions 

The Personnel Committee shall maintain written job descriptions of all jobs or posi- 
tions in the Plan, describing the essential characteristics, requirements, and general duties 
of each position. The descriptions shall not be interpreted as complete or limiting defini- 
tions, but rather serve as a general guideline of the scope and nature of responsibility 
of the position. 

An employee shall be employed and paid according to the job title and position 
associated with the duties that he actually performs. The job title shall be the official 
title for all purposes having to do with the position and shall be used to designate the 
position in all payrolls, budgets, and official reports. 

b) Job Description Review 

The Personnel Committee shall periodically as the need arises review the duties of 
all positions subject to the Plan, in order to keep them up to date. The Committee, upon 
presentation of substantiating data, may tentatively add a new position to the Classificatin 
Schedule, or reclassify an existing position to a different grade, subject to subsequent 
ratification of its action by formal amendment of this Bylaw at Town Meeting. It shall 
be the responsibility of the department head to notify the Personnel Committee if an 
employee's duties are substantially changed, in which case the classification shall be 
reviewed by the Committee. 

SECTION 5. COMPENSATION PLAN 

a) Compensation Review 

Whenever the Personnel Committee reviews the wage and salary provisions of this 
Bylaw, it shall take into account and give such weight as it may deem desirable to the 
following: 

(i) Rates of pay for like positions in other Massachusetts towns considered by the 
Personnel Committee to be comparable to Cohasset; 

(ii) Rates of pay for like jobs (if any) in commercial and business establishments 
in the area of Cohasset and vicinity; and 

(iii) The current level of the Consumer Price Index for the Boston area. 

b) Status of New Employees 

All new non-temporary employees of the Town shall be considered to be probationary 
employees during the first six months of service. At the end of six months, each employee's 
status will be reviewed by his department head, based on his performance during the 
first six months, and he will be made a regular employee or leave the service of the Town. 
If the employee leaves the service at the end of six months, without passing probation, 
he shall not be entitled to any accrued vacation or personal leave. A probationary 
employee is entitled to pay for holidays, and may use sick leave as earned. 



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New employees are normally hired at the minimum rate of pay for the position unless 
otherwise authorized in advance by the Personnel Committee. The Personnel Commit- 
tee will not entertain requests for retroactively increasing an employee's rate of hire. 

c) Increases Within the Rate Ranges 

An increase to the next higher step rate may be granted to employees in continuous 
employment as follows: 

(i) For new employees — after completion of six months from the date of hire; 
thereafter, after completion of one year from the most recent previous increase, 
until the maximum rate of pay for the pay grade is reached. 

(ii) Following reclassification or promotion — after completion of one year from 
the most recent previous increase. 

The base date for determining step rate increases shall be known as the employee's 
anniversary date. The anniversary date shall be: A) the date on which a new employee 
starts work; or B) thereafter, the date on which an employee's reclassification or pro- 
motion takes effect. 

Progressions through the rate changes are not mandatory and shall be on the basis 
of performance and ability, as recommended by the department head or supervisor. All 
adjustments shall be approved in advance of the effective date by the Personnel Com- 
mittee. An employee not receiving a step-rate increase may appeal the decision, using 
the Grievance Procedure outlined in Section 8. 

d) Transfers and Promotions 

An employee whose position is reclassified or upgraded, or who receives a promo- 
tion shall receive the rate in the new compensation grade next above his existing rate. 
If such a move results in an increase of less than 3%, then he shall move an additional step. 

If an employee is transferred to another position in the Town, he shall normally be 
transferred at the entrance rate of pay. If such a transfer is for the convenience of the 
Town rather than due to the employee's ability or performance, then he shall be transfer- 
red at his existing rate of pay. If his existing rate is above the maximum rate of the new 
range, it will remain a personal rate, until such time as his personal rate is exceeded 
by the terms of the wage and salary schedule. Once an employee's promotional or transfer 
rate of pay is set, the Personnel Committee will not entertain requests for retroactively 
increasing the employee's rate of pay. 

e) Overtime 

Payment for overtime shall be in accordance with the terms of the Fair Labor Stan- 
dards Act of 1938, as amended. If an assignment requires work in excess of 40 hours 
per week, such overtime work must be authorized in advance by the department head. 
Non-exempt employees shall be paid one and one-half times their regular hourly rate 
for hours worked beyond 40 in the work week. Compensatory time may be taken in 
lieu of overtime pay, at the rate of time and one-half, only by mutual agreement of 
both employee and supervisor prior to overtime hours being worked. If such agreement 
is made, then compensatory time should be taken within a reasonable time of being 
earned. An employee is eligible to be paid for any unused compensatory time upon his 
termination or retirement. Supervisory, professional, and managerial employees are 
exempt employees and are not eligible for overtime pay. 



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f) Longevity Pay 

All permanent full time employees shall receive longevity payments according to the 
following schedule: 



Length of Service Completed 


Annual Amount 


5 years 


$100 


10 years 


$200 


15 years 


$300 


20 years 


$400 



This amount shall be paid in two payments of 50% each. The first shall be the first 
pay period in December, and the second shall be the first pay period in June. The years 
of service shall be calculated from the date of hire to the date of the payment. 

g) Call-Back Pay 

If a full-time non-exempt employee is recalled to work from off-duty hours, he will 
receive a minimum of three hours overtime pay, at the rate of time and one-half. 

h) All employees of the Town subject to this Bylaw shall be compensated according 
to the official Compensation Plan. Changes in the Compensation Schedule shall take 
effect on July 1 following their adoption by Town Meeting. 

SECTION 6. FRINGE BENEFITS 

a) Vacation Leave 

Full-time employees shall be entitled to paid vacation in accordance with the follow- 
ing schedule: 

Upon completion of six months of service 1 week 

From one year to four years of service 2 weeks/yr 

From five years to nine years of service 3 weeks/yr 

Upon completion of ten years of service 4 weeks/yr 

An employee shall request vacation leave from his supervisor, giving as much notice 
as possible. 

No employee may take vacation until completing six months of service. Vacation 
leave is credited monthly, beginning in the first month of employment, at the rate of 
1/12 of the employee's annual entitlement. Vacation entitlement for the first and last 
months of an individual's employment shall be pro-rated on a calendar day basis to the 
date of hire or termination, as appropriate. For vacation increment purposes, the an- 
niversary date shall be considered the first day of the month of date of hire. 

Part-time employees working at least 20 hours per week are entitled to vacation 
according to the above schedule, with their vacation pay pro-rated to their weekly 
schedule. Temporary employees, or employees working fewer than 20 hours per week 
are not entitled to vacation pay. 

If a holiday falls during a vacation period, an additional day off will be scheduled, 
by agreement with the department head. 

Employees are encouraged to take vacation on a regular basis, to allow for the proper 
rest from the rigors of work. An employee may accumulate up to twelve months' vaca- 
tion accrual. In unusual circumstances approved by the Personnel Committee, an 
employee may accumulate more than twelve months' accrual. Requests for such carry- 
over shall be made to the Personnel Committee at least 45 days in advance. 



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b) Sick Leave 

Each full-time employee shall accumulate sick leave at the rate of one and one quarter 
day for each month of employment (15 days/year). Unused sick leave may be accumulated 
up to 120 days. 

Sick leave is generally for protection of employees against loss of pay due to per- 
sonal illness. However, up to three sick days per year may be used by an employee for 
illness of a dependent child, spouse, or individual of dependent relationship residing 
with the employee, with approval of the department head. Sick leave used for family 
illness is deducted from the employee's annual 15-day entitlement. Department heads 
may, in their discretion, require medical certification of any illness. 

Probationary employees are entitled to sick leave after completing at least one month 
of service. 

Part-time employees who work a minimum of 20 hours per week are eligible to ac- 
cumulate sick leave on a pro-rated basis. 

When all allowable sick leave days have been used and the employee is still unable 
to return to work because of illness, his case will be considered by the Board of Select- 
men and Personnel Committee to determine if further benefits should be granted. Con- 
sideration shall be given to length of service, the employee's sick leave usage history, 
and other personal requirements. 

c) Personal Leave 

Each full-time employee with at least six months of service is allowed one day each 
calendar year for personal reasons. Personal leave is not to be used as vacation, and 
may not be combined with vacation leave. Except in an emergency, the employee should 
obtain approval from his supervisor at least 48 hours in advance of taking the personal 
day. Personal leave may not be carried over from one year to the next. If an employee 
with more than six months of service leaves the employ of the Town, he shall be eligible 
for payment for unused personal leave, computed at the rate of one half day for each 
six full months of service in the current calendar year. 

Part-time employees who work a minimum of 20 hours per week are eligible for 
personal leave on a pro-rated basis. 

If an employee uses no sick leave for six consecutive months, as determined on June 
30 and December 31 each year, then he shall be eligible for one extra personal day. Such 
day should be used within six months of being earned. Therefore, an employee with 
perfect attendance for one full calendar year is eligible for two extra personal days, in 
addition to the one day granted by the Town to all employees. Authorized paid leaves, 
other than sick leave, shall not be counted against an employee in establishing his atten- 
dance record. 

d) Bereavement Leave 

An employee may be granted up to three days of bereavement leave for the purpose 
of arranging for and attending the funeral of a member of the employee's immediate 
family. "Immediate family" shall include: spouse, child, parent, brother, sister, step- 
child, grandparent, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, parent-in-law, brother-in-law, or sister- 
in-law. In case of hardship, the department head may extend the leave to five working 
days. 



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e) Holidays 

The following holidays (or the day on which they are celebrated) are observed: 

New Year's Day Labor Day 

Martin Luther King's Birthday Columbus Day 

Washington's Birthday Veterans' Day 

Patriot's Day Thanksgiving Day 

Memorial Day Christmas Day 
Independence Day 

If a hoHday falls on a Saturday, any employee who is not normally scheduled to 
work on that day shall be entitled to compensatory time off at a time to be approved 
by the departmend head. Part-time employees who work at least 20 hours per week are 
eligible for holiday pay at the rate of 1/5 of their normal work week. 

Any department may be scheduled to work on any of the above specified holidays. 
Either equivalent time off shall be granted at a time designated by the department head, 
or the employee shall be compensated an additional day's pay. 

If a non-exempt employee who is not normally scheduled to work on a holiday is 
called in to work for an emergency, then he shall be paid according to the procedures 
outlined under Section 6e (Overtime) and 6g (Call-Back Pay). 

f) Maternity Leave 

A female employee with at least six months of service may receive up to eight weeks 
of unpaid leave for the purpose of child-bearing and infant care. Request for such leave 
shall be made at least two weeks in advance to the department head. An employee may 
use available sick leave during the period of the leave when she is disabled. 

g) Leave of Absence 

Leaves of absence, with the exception of maternity leave which shall be as outUned 
in the previous section, may be granted, without compensation, by the department head 
for up to thirty days. A leave of absence beyond thirty days requires prior approval 
of the Personnel Committee. An employee does not accrue sick leave, vacation leave, 
or personal leave, and is not eligible for hoHday pay during a leave of absence. The 
date of a step rate increase is extended by the duration of the leave. In addition, the 
employee is responsible for payment of lOO^^o of health and life insurance premiums 
if the leave of absence extends beyond 60 days. 

h) Jury Duty 

Any employee required to serve on a jury shall be paid the difference between the 
compensation received from jury duty (excluding travel allowance) and his regular com- 
pensation from the Town. Proper evidence of jury pay received must be submitted to 
the department head. 

i) Military Leave 

Regular employees who are called for temporary military duty shall receive the dif- 
ference between their military pay (excluding travel allowance) and their regular pay 
for up to two weeks of such duty. Their vacation allowance shall not be affected by 
such duty. 



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j) Workers' Compensation 

All employees are covered under the Mass. Workers' Compensation Law and are en- 
titled to the benefits and provisions of this law. An employee may use his accumulated 
sick or vacation leave to make up the difference between his regular pay and the amount 
of pay received under Workers' Compensation. 

k) Insurance 

The Town and employee will share equally in the cost of health and life insurance 
benefits. Employees working a minimum of 20 hours per week on a year-round basis 
are entitled to join the Town's group insurance program. Optional term life insurance, 
in addition to the Town's basic policy, is available to employees at a reasonable cost, 
with the cost borne lOO^^o by the employee through payroll deduction. 

1) Pension 

Regular employees working a minimum of 20 hours per week are required to join 
the Town's Retirement Plan, with weekly deductions made in accordance with State Law 
and date of hire. 

m) Breaks in Employment 

If an employee interrupts his service with the Town other than through an author- 
ized leave (see definition of "continuous employment"), and then returns to work for 
the Town at a later date, he shall be considered a new employee upon his return for 
the purpose of calculating vacation, sick, and personal leave entitlement. 

SECTION 7. WORK WEEK 

The full time work week for each occupational group shall be as follows: 

Clerical 35 hours 

Library 35 hours 

Laboring 40 hours 

Professional and Supervisory As required 

SECTION 8. GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE 

A grievance is a dispute between an employee and his appointing or supervisory 
authority arising out of an exercise of management rights or administrative discretion. 

Step 1. An employee who has a grievance should discuss the grievance with the 
department head and/or supervisory authority in a mutual effort to resolve the grievance. 

Step 2. If, one week after such conference, a satisfactory understanding and solu- 
tion of the grievance has not been reached, then either the department head or the 
employee may refer the grievance to the Board of Selectmen. The Board of Selectmen 
shall hold a hearing thereon and render a written decision within ten working days of 
such hearing. 

Step 3. If any party is aggrieved by the decision of the Board of Selectmen, such 
decision may be appealed in writing to the Personnel Committee, who shall conduct 
a hearing with respect thereto and render a written decision within ten days of such hear- 
ing. The decision of the Personnel Committee with respect to the grievance shall be bind- 
ing on both parties. 



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SECTION 9. COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS 

The provisions of any collective bargaining agreement negotiated, as provided by 
the Mass. General Laws, between the Town and an employee group or union shall prevail 
over the provisions of this Bylaw. 

SECTION 10. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE 

Each provision of this Bylaw shall be construed as separate, to the end that if any 
part of it shall be held invahd for any reason, the remainder shall continue in full force 
and effect. 

MOVED: That the General Bylaws be amended by striking therefrom. Article 
XI— Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan, and substituting in its place and 
stead as Article XI the Personnel Classification Plan amended hereto and marked Ex- 
hibit "A". 

TOWN OF COHASSET 
PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION and COMPENSATION PLAN 

SECTION 1. SCOPE OF THE PLAN 

This Bylaw shall be known as the Personnel Classification and Compensation 
Plan, which has been adopted pursuant to the provisions of M.G.L. Chapter 41, Sec- 
tions 108A and 108C, and other enabhng acts. 

The Plan applies to all employees of the Town except: 

a) those filled by general election; 

b) those under the control of the School Committee; and 

c) those covered by collective bargaining agreement. 

In addition, the Plan shall not apply to the following positions: Executive Secretary to 
the Board of Selectmen, PoUce Chief, Fire Chief, or Town Accountant, except to the 
extent that contracts with individuals holding these positions may incorporate provi- 
sions of this Plan. 

SECTION 2. ROLE OF PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

The five-member Personnel Committee is responsible for administering this Per- 
sonnel Classification and Compensation Plan and may establish procedures as 
necessary to fulfill this charge. To aid in this function, the Committee shall collect data 
from neighboring towns concerning salaries, wages, fringe benefits and personnel 
poHcies for positions comparable to those in the Town of Cohasset. The Committee 
shall make recommendations to the Board of Selectmen as requested on matters per- 
taining to this Plan. 

SECTION 3. DEFINITIONS 

a) "Full Time Employee" is a regular employee who works at least 35 hours per week 
throughout the year. 

b) "Part Time Employee" is a regular employee who works less than 35 hours per week 
throughout the year. 

c) "Temporary Employee" is an employee in a full or part time position which is not 
likely to require the services of an incumbent on a year-round basis. Seasonal 
employees and employees hired for a specific project on a short-term basis are con- 
sidered temporary employees. 



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d) "Probationary Employee" is an employee who has not completed six months of 
service. 

e) "Regular Employee" is an employee who has completed his probationary period. 

f) "Exempt Employee" is a salaried employee who is employed in an executive, ad- 
ministrative, or professional capacity, and is not generally entitled to overtime pay if 
s/he meets the following criteria: a) Executive — primary duty is to manage a depart- 
ment; b) Administrative— primary duty is office or non-manual work directly related . 
to management policies, or directly assisting an executive; and c) Profes- i 
sional — primary duty requires advanced knowledge acquired by specialized study, 
work is intellectual and the result is not standardized. 

g) "Non-exempt Employee" is an employee, whether paid a salary or hourly wage, 
whose primary duty is not executive, administrative, or professional in nature. A 
non-exempt employee is entitled to overtime pay under certain conditions (see Sec- 
tion 5e of this Bylaw). 

h) "Continuous Employment" is full or part time employment which is uninterrupted 
except for military service, authorized vacation or sick leave, layoff of less than six 
months, or other leave of absence. 

i) A "Week, " for vacation or sick leave accrual, is five working days. 

SECTION 4. CLASSIFICATION PLAN 

a) Titles and Job Descriptions 

The Personnel Committee shall maintain written job descriptions of all jobs or posi- 
tions in the Plan, describing the essential characteristics, requirements, and general 
duties of each position. The job description shall be mutually agreed upon by the Per- 
sonnel Committee and the department head and/or appropriate governing body. The 
descriptions shall not be interpreted as complete or limiting definitions, but rather serve 
as a general guidehne of the scope and nature of responsibility of the position. 

An employee shall be employed and paid according to the job title and position 
associated with the duties that he actually performs. The job title shall be the official 
title for all purposes having to do with the position and shall be used to designate the 
position in all payrolls, budgets, and official reports. 

b) Job Description Review 

The Personnel Committee shall periodically as the need arises review the duties of all 
positions subject to the Plan, in order to keep them up to date. The Committee, upon 
presentation of substantiating data, may tentatively add a new position to the 
Classification Schedule, or reclassify an existing position to a different grade, subject to 
subsequent ratification of its action by formal amendment of this Bylaw at Town 
Meeting. It shall be the responsibility of the department head to notify the Personnel 
Committee if an employee's duties are substantially changed, in which case the 
classification shall be reviewed by the Committee. 

SECTION 5. COMPENSATION PLAN 

a) Compensation Review 

Whenever the Personnel Committee reviews the wage and salary provisions of this 
Bylaw, it shall take into account and give such weight as it may deem desirable to the 
following: 

1 . Rates of pay for Hke positions in other Massachusetts towns considered by the 
Personnel Committee to be comparable to Cohasset; 



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2. Rates of pay for like jobs (if any) in commercial and business establishments in 
the area of Cohasset and vicinity; and 

3. The current level of the Consumer Price Index for the Boston area. 

b) Status of New Employees 

All new non-temporary employees of the Town shall be considered to be proba- 
tionary employees during the first six months of service. At the end of six months, each 
employee's status will be reviewed by his department head, based on his performance 
during the first six months, and he will be made a regular employee or leave the service 
of the Town. If the employee leaves the service at the end of six months, without passing 
probation, he shall not be entitled to any accrued vacation or personal leave. A proba- 
tionary employee is entitled to pay for hoUdays, and may use sick leave as earned. 

New employees are normally hired at the minimum rate of pay for the position 
unless otherwise authorized in advance by the Personnel Committee. The Personnel 
Committee will not entertain requests for retroactively increasing an employee's rate of 
hire. 

c) Increases Within the Rate Ranges 

An increase to the next higher step rate may be granted to employees in continuous 
employment as follows: 

1. For new employees — after completion of six months from the date of hire; 
thereafter, after completion of one year from the most recent previous in- 
crease, until the maximum rate of pay for the pay grade is reached. 

2. Following reclassification or promotion — after completion of one year from 
the most recent previous increase. 

The base date for determining step rate increases shall be known as the employee's 
anniversary date. The anniversary date shall be: a) the date on which a new employee 
starts work; or b) thereafter, the date on which an employee's reclassification or promo- 
tion takes effect. 

Progressions through the rate changes are not mandatory and shall be on the basis 
of performance and ability, as recommended by the department head or supervisor. All 
adjustments shall be approved in advance of the effective date by the Personnel Com- 
mittee. An employee not receiving a step-rate increase may appeal the decision, using 
the Grievance Procedure outlined in Section 8. 

d) Transfers and Promotions 

An employee whose position is reclassified or upgraded, or who receives a promo- 
tion shall receive the rate in the new compensation grade next above his existing rate. If 
such a move results in an increase of less than 3%, then he shall move an additional 
step. 

If an employee is transferred to another position in the Town, he shall normally be 
transferred at the entrance rate of pay. If such a transfer is for the convenience of the 
town rather than due to the employee's ability of performance, then he shall be transfer- 
red at his existing rate of pay. If his existing rate is above the maximum rate of the new 
range, it will remain a personal rate, until such time as his personal rate is exceeded by 
the terms of the wage and salary schedule. Once an employee's promotional or transfer 
rate of pay is set, the Personnel Committee will not entertain requests for retroactively 
increasing the employee's rate of pay. 

e) Overtime 

Payment for overtime shall be in accordance with the terms of the Fair Labor Stan- 
dards Act of 1938, as amended. If an assignment requires work in excess of 40 hours per 



week, such overtime work must be authorized in advance by the department head. Non- 
exempt employees shall be paid one and one-half times their regular hourly rate for 
hours worked beyond 40 in the work week. Compensatory time may be taken in lieu of 
overtime pay, at the rate of time and one-half, only by mutual agreement of both 
employee and supervisor prior to overtime hours being worked. If such agreement is 
made, then compensatory time should be taken within a reasonable time of being 
earned. An employee is eligible to be paid for any unused compensatory time upon his 
termination or retirement. Supervisory, professional, and managerial employees are 
exempt employees and are not eligible for overtime pay. 

f) Longevity Pay 

All regular full time employees shall receive longevity payments according to the 
following schedule: 



Length of Service Completed 


Annual Amount 


5 years 


$100 


10 years 


$200 


15 years 


$300 


20 years 


$400 



This amount shall be paid in one lump sum in the first pay period following the an- 
niversary of the employee's date of hire. The date of hire shall be considered the date 
when the employee began working for the Town at least 20 hours per week on a con- 
tinuous basis. The years of service shall be calculated from this date of hire. 

All regular part time employees working at least 20 hours per week are entitled to 
longevity pay according to the above schedule, with the amount of the payment pro- 
rated to their weekly schedule. Temporary employees, or employees working fewer than 
20 hours per week are not entitled to longevity pay. 

g) Call-Back Pay 

If a full time non-exempt employee is recalled to work from off-duty hours, he will 
receive a minimum of three hours overtime pay, at the rate of time and one-half. 

h) All employees of the Town subject to this Bylaw shall be compensated according to 
the official Compensation Plan. Changes in the Compensation Schedule shall take ef- 
fect on July 1 following their adoption by Town Meeting. 

SECTION 6. FRINGE BENEFITS 

a) Vacation Leave 

Full time employees shall be entitled to paid vacation in accordance with the 
following schedule: 

Upon completion of six months of service 1 week 

From one year to four years of service 2 weeks/yr 

From five years to nine years of service 3 weeks/yr 

Upon completion of ten years of service 4 weeks/yr 

An employee shall request vacation leave from his supervisor, giving as much 
notice as possible. 

No employee may take vacation until completing six months of service. Vacation 
leave is credited monthly, beginning in the first month of employment, at the rate of 
1/12 of the employee's annual entitlement. Vacation entitlement for the first and last 
months of an individual's employment shall be pro- rated on a calendar day basis to the 
date of hire or termination, as appropriate. For vacation increment purposes, the an- 



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niversary date shall be considered the first day of the month of date of hire. 

Part time employees working at least 20 hours per week are entitled to vacation ac- 
cording to the above schedule, with their vacation pay pro-rated to their weekly 
schedule. Temporary employees, or employees working fewer than 20 hours per week 
are not entitled to vacation pay. 

If a holiday falls during a vacation period, an additional day off will be scheduled, 
by agreement with the department head. 

Employees are encouraged to take vacation on a regular basis, to allow for the 
proper rest from the rigors of work. An employee may accumulate up to twelve months' 
vacation accrual. In unusual circumstances approved by the Personnel Committee, an 
employee may accumulate more than twelve months' accrual. Requests for such carry- 
over shall be made to the Personnel Committee at least 45 days in advance. 

b) Sick Leave 

Each full time employee shall accumulate sick leave at the rate of one and one 
quarter day for each month of employment (15 days/year). Unused sick leave may be 
accumulated up to 120 days. 

Sick leave is generally for protection of employees against loss of pay due to per- 
sonal illness. However, up to three sick days per year may be used by an employee for 
illness of a dependent child, spouse, or other close relative, with approval of the depart- 
ment head. Sick leave used for family illness is deducted from the employee's annual 
15-day entitlement. Department heads may, in their discretion, require medical cer- 
tification of any illness. 

Probationary employees are entitled to sick leave after completing at least one 
month of service. 

Part time employees who work a minimum of 20 hours per week are eUgible to ac- 
cumulate sick leave on a pro-rated basis. 

When all allowable sick leave days have been used and the employee is still unable 
to return to work because of illness, his case will be considered by the Board of Select- 
men and Personnel Committee to determine if further benefits should be granted. Con- 
sideration shall be given to length of service, the employee's sick leave usage history, 
and other personal requirements. 

c) Personal Leave 

Each full time employee with at least six months of service is allowed one day each 
calendar year for personal reasons. Personal leave is not to be used as vacation, and 
may not be combined with vacation leave. Except in an emergency, the employee should 
obtain approval from his supervisor at least 48 hours in advance of taking the personal 
day. Personal leave may not be carried over from one year to the next. If an employee 
with more than six months of service leaves the employ of the Town, he shall be eligible 
for payment for unused personal leave, computed at the rate of one half day for each six 
full months of service in the current calendar year. 

Part time employees who work a minimum of 20 hours per week are eligible for 
personal leave on a pro- rated basis. 

If an employee uses no sick leave for six consecutive months, then he shall be eli- 
gible for one extra personal day. Such day should be used within six months of being 
earned. Therefore, an employee with perfect attendance for one full calendar year is 
eligible for two extra personal days, in addition to the one day granted by the Town to 
all employees. Authorized paid leaves, other than sick leave, shall not be counted 
against an employee in establishing his attendance record. 



d) Bereavement Leave 

An employee may be granted up to three days of bereavement leave for the purpose 
of arranging for and attending the funeral of a member of the employee's immediate 
family. "Immediate family" shall include: spouse, child, parent, brother, sister, step- 
child, grandparent, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, parent-in-law, brother-in-law, or 
sister-in-law. In case of hardship, the department head may extend the leave to five 
working days. 

e) Holidays 

The following holidays (or the day on which they are celebrated) are observed: 

New Year's Day Labor Day 

Martin Luther King's Birthday Columbus Day 

Washington's Birthday Veterans' Day 

Patriot's Day Thanksgiving Day 

Memorial Day Christmas Day 
Independence Day 

If a holiday falls on a Saturday, any employee who is not normally scheduled to 
work on that day shall be entitled to compensatory time off at a time to be approved by 
the department head. Part time employees who work at least 20 hours per week are eh- 
gible for holiday pay at the rate of 1/5 of their normal work week. 

Any department may be scheduled to work on any of the above specified holidays. 
Either equivalent time off shall be granted at a time designated by the department head, 
or the employee shall be compensated an additional day's pay. 

If a non-exempt employee who is not normally scheduled to work on a holiday is 
called in to work for an emergency, then he shall be paid according to the procedures 
outlined under Section 6e (Overtime) and 6g (Call-Back Pay). 

f) Maternity Leave 

A female employee with at least six months of service may receive up to eight weeks 
of unpaid leave for the purpose of child-bearing and infant care. Request for such leave 
shall be made at least two weeks in advance to the department head. An employee may 
use available sick leave during the period of the leave when she is disabled. 

g) Leave of Absence 

Leaves of absence, with the exception of maternity leave which shall be as outlined 
in the previous section, may be granted, without compensation, by the department head 
for up to thirty days. A leave of absence beyond thirty days requires prior approval of 
the Personnel Committee. An employee does not accrue sick leave, vacation leave, or 
personal leave, and is not eligible for holiday pay during a leave of absence. The date of 
a step rate increase is extended by the duration of the leave. In addition, the employee is 
responsible for payment of 10097o of health and life insurance premiums if the leave of 
absence extends beyond 60 days. 

h) Jury Duty 

Any employee required to serve on a jury shall be paid the difference between the 
compensation received from jury duty (excluding travel allowance) and his regular com- 
pensation from the Town. Proper evidence of jury pay received must be submitted to 
the department head. 

i) Military Leave 

Regular employees who are called for temporary military duty shall receive the dif- 
ference between their military pay (excluding travel allowance) and their regular pay for 
up to two week^ of such duty. Their vacation allowance shall not be affected by such 
duty. 



112 



j) Workers' Compensation 

All employees are covered under the Mass. Workers' Compensation Law and are 
entitled to the benefits and provisions of this law. An employee may use his ac- 
cumulated sick or vacation leave to make up the difference between his regular pay and 
the amount of pay received under Workers' Compensation. 

k) Insurance 

The Town and employee will share equally in the cost of health and life insurance 
benefits. Employees working a minimum of 20 hours per week on a year-round basis are 
entitled to join the Town's group insurance program. Optional term Hfe insurance, in 
addition to the Town's basic poUcy, is available to employees at a reasonable cost, with 
the cost borne 100<^o by the employee through payroll deduction. 

1) Pension 

Regular employees working a minimum of 20 hours per week are required to join 
the Town's Retirement Plan, with weekly deductions made in accordance with State 
Law and date of hire. 

m) Breaks in Employment 

If an employee interrupts his service with the Town other than through an author- 
ized leave (see definition of "continuous employment"), and then returns to work for 
the Town at a later date, he shall be considered a new employee upon his return for the 
purpose of calculating vacation, sick, and personal leave entitlement. 

SECTION 7. WORK WEEK 

The full time work week for each occupational group shall be as follows: 

Clerical 35 hours 

Library 35 hours 

Laboring 40 hours 

Professional and Supervisory As required 

SECTION 8. GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE 

A grievance is a dispute between an employee and his appointing or supervisory 
authority arising out of an exercise of management rights or administrative discretion. 

Step 1. An employee who has a grievance should discuss the grievance with the 
department head and/or supervisory authority in a mutual effort to resolve the 
grievance. 

Step 2. If, one week after such conference, a satisfactory understanding and solu- 
tion of the grievance has not been reached, then either the department head or the 
employee may refer the grievance to the Board of Selectmen. The Board of Selectmen 
shall hold a hearing thereon and render a written decision within ten working days of 
such hearing. 

Step 3. If any party is aggrieved by the decision of the Board of Selectmen, such 
decision may be appealed in writing to the Personnel Committee, who shall conduct a 
hearing with respect thereto and render a written decision within ten days of such hear- 
ing. The decision of the Personnel Committee with respect to the grievance shall be 
binding on both parties. 

SECTION 9. COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS 

The provisions of any collective bargaining agreement negotiated, as provided by 
the Mass. General Laws, between the Town and an employee group or union shall 
prevail over the provisions of this Bylaw. 

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SECTION 10. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE 

Each provision of this Bylaw shall be construed as separate, to the end that if any 
part of it shall be held invahd for any reason, the remainder shall continue in full force 
and effect. 

MOVED: By Janet Daggett, Chairperson of the Personnel Committee. That the main 
motion under Article 1 be amended as follows; (the page references are to the pages in 
the warrant booklet for the June 23, 1986 Special Town Meeting). 

Page 17 

Top of page — 1st sentence — Change Section "6e" to read, Section "5e" 

Page 17 

Under Section 4, Classification Plan subsection a) 1st paragraph — and after the 1st 
sentence and following the word "position" 

Insert the sentence — "The job descriptions shall be mutually agreed upon by the 
Personnel Committee and the department head and/ or appropriate governing body." 

Page 19 

Subsection f) Longevity Pay 

Strike the 2nd paragraph which begins with the words "This amount" and in its 
stead the paragraph shall read: "This amount shall be paid in one lump sum in the first 
pay period following the anniversary of the employee's date of hire. The date of hire 
shall be considered the date when the employee began working for the Town at least 
twenty (20) hours per week on a continuous basis. The years of service shall be 
calculated from his date of hire." 

Following this paragraph a new paragraph should be inserted. 

"All regular part time employees working at least twenty (20) hours per week are 
entitled to longevity pay according to the above schedule, with the amount of the pay- 
ment pro-rated to their weekly schedule. Temporary employees, or employees working 
fewer than twenty (20) hours per week are not entitled to longevity pay." 

Page 20 

Subsection b) Sick Leave 

Second paragraph, 2nd sentence strike the clause reading "or individual of depen- 
dent relationship residing with the employee" 
and insert in its stead 
"or other close relative" 

Also on Page 20 

subsection c) Personal Leave — 3rd paragraph 

1st sentence strike the clause "as determined on June 30 and December 31 each 

year" — so that the entire sentence shall read 

"If an employee uses no sick leave for six consecutive months, then he shall be ehgible 

for one extra personal day." 

On Page 21 

subsection e) hoHdays 

in the last Une of the last paragraph "section 6e" (overtime)" section 6g "(call-back 

pay)" should read "section 5e (overtime)" and "section 5g (call-back pay)" 

The amendment was then voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 1. Main motion as amended, was then voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



— 114 



Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification Bylaw 
Schedule as most recently adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1986 Annual 
Town Meeting as those Schedules appeared on pages 19, 20, 21 and 22 of the Warrant 
pertaining to the 1986 Annual Town Meeting and substitute in their place and stead the 
Schedules contained in Appendix B to this Warrant; 

APPENDIX *'B" 

LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 
Fiscal Year 1987 







Positions 






Department 


Pay Group 


Authorized 


Sched. 


Hour 


Town Accountant 


Contract 


1 






Ass't Accountant 


E-2 


1 




35 


Accounting Clerk 


D-2 


1 




35 


Board of Assessors 










Admin. Assistant 


F-1 


1 




35 


Senior Clerk 


D-Min. 


1 




35 


Building Inspector 










and Zoning Officer 


K-3 


1 




40 


Senior Clerk 


D-Min. 


1 




35 


Clerk, Town 










Ass't. Town Clerk 


E-1 


1 




35 


Conservation 










Secretary 


E-Min. 


1 




C.2 


Custodian, Town 


D-2 


1 




40 


Fire Department 










Fire Chief 


Contract 








Captain 


FS-11 


4 




42 


Private 


FS-9 


20 




42 



Harbor Department 

Harbor Master 

Health, Board of 

Health Agent 

Admin. Sec. 

Hvy. Equip. Oper. (Lndfl.) 

Landfill Supervisor 

RecycHng Monitor 

Recycling Monitor 

Highway Department 

Truck Driver/Util. Wkr. 
Hvy. Equip. Oper. 
Truck Driver/Util. Wkr. 
Highway Working Frmn. 
Hvy. Equip. Oper. 



1-2 



40 



L-Min. 1 


1 40 


F-1 1 


1 35 


F-1 1 


1 40 


G-3 1 


1 40 


B-Min. 1 


1 10 


B-4 1 


1 9'/2 


D-2 1 


1 40 


F-3 1 


1 40 


D-2 1 


1 40 


H-2 1 


1 40 


F-2 1 


1 40 



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Library 




Chief Librarian 


M-3 


Staff Librarian 


1-4 


Staff Librarian 


1-4 


Staff Librarian 


1-4 


Library Assistant 


G-1 


Senior Clerk 


D-Min. 


Senior Clerk 


D-Min. 


Custodian 


D-3 


Planning Board 




Secretary 


E-Min. 


Police Department 




Police Chief 


Contract 


Sargeant 


PS-U 


Patrolman 


PS-9 


Recreation Department 




Recreation Director 


J-3 


Selectmen, Board of 




Executive Secretary 


Contract 


Administrative Secretary 


F-3 


Secy./Receptionist 


D-1 


Sewer Department 




Sewer Superintendent 


L-2 


Secretary 


E-Min. 


Utility Worker 


C-2 


Operator 


F-1 


Treasurer-Collector 




Ass't Town Treasurer 


E-2 


Deputy Collector 


F-2 


Accounting Clerk 


D-Min. 


Tree and Park Dept. 




T&P Superintendent 


J-2 


Tree Climber 


F-3 


Skilled Util. Worker 


D-4 


Skilled Util. Wkr. (Cmtry) 


D-2 


Water Department 




Superintendent 


N-3 


Water Supervisor 


K-3 


Water Plant Foreman 


H-2 


Wtr. Pit. Oper./Lab. Dir. 


F-3 


Hvy. Equip. Operator 


F-2 


Secy./Acc't. Clerk 


E-4 


Water Plant Operator 


E-3 


Water Service Worker 


E-2 


Water Service Worker 


E-4 


Clerk 


B-Min. 



40 

35 
23 
22 
22 
35 
35 
17 

20 



37 Vi 
371/2 

40 



40 
20 

40 
20 

40 

35 
35 
12 

40 
40 
40 
40 

40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
35 
40 
40 
40 
C.15 



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Wire Department 

Superintendent J-4 

Electrician/Insp. H-4 

Zoning Board of Appeals 

Secretary E-1 



40 
40 



MOVED; That the Personnel Classification Bylaw Schedule as most recently adopted 
under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1986 Annual Town meeting be amended by strik- 
ing the Schedules previously adopted and substituting in their place and stead the 
Schedules annexed hereto and marked Exhibit "B" and by adopting the Wage Rate 
Schedules annexed hereto and marked Exhibit "C". 



APPENDIX "B' 



LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 

Fiscal Year 1987 



Department 


Pay Groui 


Town Accountant 


Contract 


Ass't Accountant 


E-2 


Accounting Clerk 


D-2 


Board of Assessors 




Admin. Assistant 


F-1 


Senior Clerk 


D-Min. 


Building Inspector 




and Zoning Officer 


K-3 


Senior Clerk 


D-Min. 


Clerk, Town 




Ass't. Town Clerk 


E-1 


Conservation 




Secretary 


E-Min. 


Custodian, Town 


D-2 


Fire Department 




Fire Chief 


Contract 


Captain 


FS-11 


Private 


FS-9 


Harbor Department 




Harbor Master 


1-2 


Health, Board of 




Health Agent 


L-Min. 


Admin. Sec. 


F-1 


Hvy. Equip. Oper. (Lndfl.) 


F-1 


Landfill Supervisor 


G-3 


RecycHng Monitor 


B-Min. 


Recycling Monitor 


B-4 



Positions 
Authorized 



Sched. 



4 
20 



Hours 

35 
35 

35 
35 

40 
35 

35 

C.7 
40 



42 
42 

40 

40 
35 
40 
40 
10 

9'/2 



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[ighway Department 












Truck Driver/Util. 


Wkr. 


D-2 






40 


Hvy. Equip. Oper. 




F-3 






40 


Truck Driver/Util. 


Wkr. 


D-2 






40 


Highway Working 


Frmn. 


H-2 






40 


Hvy. Equip. Oper. 




F-2 






40 


ibrary 

Chief Librarian 




M-3 








Staff Librarian 




1-4 








Staff Librarian 




1-4 








Staff Librarian 




1-4 








Library Assistant 




G-1 






22 


Senior Clerk 




D-Min. 






35 


Senior Clerk 




D-Min. 






35 


Custodian 




D-3 






17 


lanning Board 












Secretary 




E-Min. 


1 


1 


20 


olice Department 












Police Chief 




Contract 








Sargeant 




PS-11 


2 


4 


371/2 


Patrolman 




PS-9 


14 


4 


371/2 



Recreation Department 

Recreation Director 

Selectmen, Board of 



J-3 



Executive Secretary 


Contract 


Administrative Secretary 


F-3 


Secy. /Receptionist 


D-1 


Sewer Department 




Sewer Superintendent 


L-2 


Secretary 


E-Min. 


Utility Worker 


C-2 


Operator 


F-1 


Treasurer-Collector 




Ass't Town Treasurer 


E-2 


Deputy Collector 


F-2 


Accounting Clerk 


D-Min. 


Tree and Park Dept. 




T&P Superintendent 


J-2 


Tree Climber 


F-3 


Skilled Util. Worker 


D-4 


Skilled Util. Wkr. (Cmtry) 


D-2 


Water Department 




Superintendent 


N-3 


Water Supervisor 


K-3 


Water Plant Foreman 


H-2 


Wtr. Pit. Oper./Lab. Dir. 


F-3 


Hvy. Equip. Operator 


F-2 



40 



40 
20 

40 

20 

25,40 

40 

35 
35 
12 

40 
40 
40 
40 

40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



— 118 



Secy./Acc't. Clerk 
Water Plant Operator 
Water Service Worker 
Water Service Worker 
Clerk 

Wire Department 

Superintendent 
Electrician/Insp. 

Zoning Board of Appeals 

Secretary 



E-4 


1 


1 


35 


E-3 


1 


1 


40 


E-2 


1 


1 


40 


E-4 


1 


1 


40 


B-Min. 


1 


1 


C.15 


J-4 


1 


1 


40 


H-4 


1 


1 


40 



E-1 











SCHEDULE 1-A 














COMPENSATION PLAN 














TOWN OF COHASSET 
















Fiscal 1987 








Pi 


\Y GRADE 
























STEP RATES 












Min. 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


5th 


6th 


A 


Hourly 


$ 5.32 


$ 5.63 


$ 5.95 


$ 6.27 


$ 6.58 


$ 6.91 


$ 7.24 




35 Hrs. 


186.20 


197.05 


208.25 


219.45 


230.30 


241.85 


253.40 




40 Hrs. 


212.80 


225.20 


238.00 


250.80 


263.20 


276.40 


289.60 


B 


Hourly 


5.74 


6.09 


6.44 


6.78 


7.13 


7.46 


7.80 




35 Hrs. 


200.90 


213.15 


225.40 


237.30 


249.55 


261.10 


273.00 




40 Hrs. 


229.60 


243.60 


257.60 


271.20 


285.20 


298.40 


312.00 


C 


Hourly 


6.20 


6.57 


6.94 


7.31 


7.68 


8.06 


8.94 




35 Hrs. 


217.00 


229.95 


242.90 


255.85 


268.80 


282.10 


295.40 




40 Hrs. 


248.00 


262.80 


277.60 


292.40 


307.20 


322.40 


337.60 


D 


Hourly 


6.70 


7.10 


7.50 


7.90 


8.30 


8.71 


9.12 




35 Hrs. 


234.50 


248.50 


262.50 


276.50 


290.50 


304.85 


319.20 




40 Hrs. 


268.00 


284.00 


300.00 


316.00 


322.00 


348.40 


364.80 


E 


Hourly 


7.24 


7.67 


8.10 


8.53 


8.97 


9.41 


9.85 




35 Hrs. 


253.40 


268.45 


283.50 


298.55 


313.95 


329.35 


344.75 




40 Hrs. 


289.60 


306.80 


324.00 


341.20 


358.80 


376.40 


394.00 


F 


Hourly 


7.81 


8.27 


8.74 


9.20 


9.66 


10.15 


10.63 




35 Hrs. 


273.35 


289.45 


305.90 


322.00 


338.10 


355.25 


372.05 




40 Hrs. 


312.40 


330.80 


349.60 


368.00 


386.40 


406.00 


425.20 


G 


Hourly 


8.43 


8.94 


9.44 


9.95 


10.46 


10.96 


11.47 




35 Hrs. 


295.05 


312.90 


330.40 


348.25 


366.10 


383.60 


401.45 




40 Hrs. 


337.20 


357.60 


377.60 


398.00 


418.40 


438.40 


458.80 


H 


Hourly 


9.10 


9.65 


10.20 


10.75 


11.30 


11.84 


12.39 




35 Hrs. 


318.50 


337.75 


357.00 


376.25 


395.50 


414.40 


433.65 




40 Hrs. 


364.00 


386.00 


408.00 


430.00 


452.00 


473.60 


495.60 


I 


Hourly 


9.83 


10.42 


11.01 


11.61 


12.20 


12.79 


13.38 




35 Hrs. 


344.05 


364.70 


385.35 


406.35 


427.00 


447.65 


468.30 




40 Hrs. 


393.20 


416.80 


440.40 


464.40 


488.00 


511.60 


535.20 



119 — 



J 


Hourly 


10.62 


11.26 


11.89 


12.52 


13.16 


13.81 


14.46 




35 Hrs. 


371.70 


394.10 


416.15 


438.20 


460.60 


483.35 


506.10 




40 Hrs. 


424.80 


450.40 


475.60 


500.80 


526.40 


552.40 


578.40 


K 


Hourly 


11.48 


12.16 


12.85 


13.54 


14.22 


14.92 


15.61 




35 Hrs. 


401.80 


425.60 


449.75 


473.90 


497.70 


522.20 


546.35 




40 Hrs. 


459.20 


486.40 


514.00 


541.60 


568.80 


596.80 


624.40 


L 


Hourly 


12.40 


13.15 


13.89 


14.64 


15.39 


16.12 


16.86 




35 Hrs. 


434.00 


460.25 


486.15 


512.40 


538.65 


564.20 


590.10 




40 Hrs. 


496.00 


526.00 


555.60 


585.60 


615.60 


644.80 


674.40 


M 


Hourly 


13.39 


14.19 


14.99 


15.79 


16.60 


17.41 


18.22 




35 Hrs. 


468.65 


496.65 


524.65 


552.65 


581.00 


609.35 


637.70 




40 Hrs. 


535.60 


567.60 


599.60 


631.60 


664.00 


696.40 


728.80 


N 


Hourly 


14.45 


15.32 


16.18 


17.05 


17.91 


18.79 


19.66 




35 Hrs. 


505.75 


536.20 


566.30 


596.75 


626.85 


657.65 


688.10 




40 Hrs. 


578.00 


612.80 


647.20 


682.00 


716.40 


751.60 


786.40 


O 


Hourly 


15.61 


16.55 


17.49 


18.43 


19.37 


20.30 


21.24 




35 Hrs. 


546.35 


579.25 


612.15 


645.05 


677.95 


710.50 


743.40 




40 Hrs. 


624.40 


662.00 


699.60 


737.20 


774.80 


812.00 


849.60 



ANNUAL 



Veterans Agent 


1,600 


Member, Board of Registrars 


326 


Sealer of Weights & Measures 


750 


Director of Civil Defense 


200 


Shellfish Constable 


500 


Dog Officer 


3,292 


HOURLY 




North Cohasset and Beechwood Cemeteries 


5.00 


Assistant Harbor Master 


6.50 


Night Patrol— Harbor 


5.00 


Election Officers 


3.35 


Election Clerk 


3.48 


Election Warden 


3.79 


Matron— PoHce 


6.00 


Recording Secretary/Board of Selectmen 


7.50 



Deputy Building Inspector & Zoning Office Pay Group C-15 

Casual Labor 

Min. 5.00 

1st 5.30 

Max. 5.60 

Library Page 

Min. 3.55 

1st 3.75 

Max. 3.95 



Schedule No. 3 (Part-time Position) 



Constable — per notice 



15.00 



120 — 



Schedule No. 4 (Informational Only) 

Police Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

Schedule No. 5 (Informational Only) 

Fire Department — (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

ARTICLE 2. Amended by Janet Daggett, Chairperson of the Personnel Committee. 

ARTICLE 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification Bylaw 
Schedule as most recently adopted, by adding thereto the position of "Clerk/Typist" 
for the Town Clerk so that the Schedule under the caption "List of Departments" as it 
pertains to the Town Clerk shall have added thereto the following: 

Department Pay Group Positions Authorized Schedule Hours 

Clerk/Typist B. Min. 1 1 20; 

MOVED: That the Personnel Classifiction Bylaw Schedule as most recently adopted be 
amended by adding thereto the position of "Clerk/Typist" for the Town Clerk so that 
the Schedule under the caption "List of Departments" as it pertains to the Town Clerk 
shall have added thereto the following: 



Department Pay Group Positions Authorized 

Clerk/Typist B. Min 1 


Schedule 

1 


Hours 

20; 


ARTICLE 3. Voted by a voice vote. 







Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification Bylaw 
Schedule as most recently adopted by adding thereto the position of "Secretary" to the 
Fire Department so that the Schedule under the caption "List of Departments" as it 
pertains to the Fire Department shall have added thereto the following: 

Department Pay Group Positions Authorized Schedule Hours 

Secretary D. Min. 1 1 20; 

MOVED: That the Personnel Classification Bylaw Schedule as most recently adopted 
be amended by adding thereto the position of "Secretary" to the Fire Department so 
that the Schedule under the caption "List of Departments" as it pertains to the Fire 
Department shall have added thereto the following: 

Department Pay Group Positions Authorized Schedule Hours 

Secretary D. Min. 1 1 20; 

ARTICLE 4. Voted on a hand count YES 190; NO 68. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification Bylaw 
Schedule by adding thereto the position of "Secretary" to the Police Department so 
that the Schedule under the caption "List of Departments" as it pertains to the Police 
Department shall have added thereto the following: 

Department Pay Group Positions Authorized Schedule Hours 

Secretary D. Min. 1 1 20; 

MOVED: That the Personnel Classification Bylaw Schedule as most recently adopted 
be amended by adding thereto the position of "Secretary" to the Police Department so 
that the Schedule under the caption "List of Departments" as it pertains to the Police 
Department shall have added thereto the following: 



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Department 

Secretary 


Pay Group Positions Authorized 

D. Min. 1 


Schedule 

1 


Hours 

20; 


ARTICLE 5. 


Voted by a voice vote. 







Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification Bylaw 
Schedule by adding thereto under the caption "List of Departments" the "Council on 
Aging" and creating the position "Council on Aging Coordinator" so that the 
Schedule under "List of Departments" shall have added thereto the following: 

Department Pay Group Positions Authorized Schedule Hours 

Council on Aging 

CO A Coordinator H. Min. 1 1 35; 

MOVED: That the Personnel Classification Bylaw Schedule as most recently adopted 
be amended by adding thereto under the caption "List of Departments" the "Council 
on Aging" and creating the position "Council on Aging Director" so that the Schedule 
under "List of Departments" shall have added thereto the following: 

Department Pay Group Positions Authorized Schedule Hours 

Council on Aging 

COA Director H. Min. 1 1 35; 

ARTICLE 6. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification Bylaw 
Schedule as most recently amended by adding the position "Summer Patrolmen" as an 
hourly part-time position and by amending the Schedule under the caption "Hourly" 
by adding thereto the following: 

HOURLY 

Summer Patrolmen $6.00 

ARTICLE 7. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification Bylaw 
Schedule by adding the position of "Clerk" to the Board of Assessors so that the 
Schedule under the caption "List of Departments" as it pertains to the Board of 
Assessors shall have added thereto the following: 

Department Pay Group Positions Authorized Schedule Hours 

Clerk D. Min. 1 1 35; 

MOVED. That the Personnel Classification Bylaw Schedule as most recently adopted 
be amended by adding the position of "Clerk to the Board of Assessors so that the 
Schedule under the caption "List of Departments" as it pertains to the Board of 
Assessors shall have added thereto the following: 

Department Pay Group Positions Authorized Schedule Hours 

Clerk D. Min. 1 1 35. 

Article 8. Amendment by Janet Daggett 

MOVED. That the main motion under Article 8 be amended by striking the position 

"Clerk" where ever it may appear and substituting in its place the position "Senior 

Clerk." 

ARTICLE 8. Amendment voted by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 8. Main motion as amended, voted by a voice vote. 



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Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds a sum of money to implement the recommendations made by the Per- 
sonnel Committee on the advise of their consultant, relating to salaries and wages paid 
to Town employees; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twenty Nine Thousand Eighty Seven and 68/100 
($29,087.68) Dollars be appropriated to implement the recommendations made by the 
Personnel Committee on the advice of their consultant, relating to salaries and wages 
paid to Town employees and to meet said appropriation the sum of Three Thousand 
Nine Hundred Eighty Five and no/ 100 ($3,985.00) Dollars be transferred from Water 
Revenue, the sum of Three Thousand Nine Hundred Fifty and no/ 100 ($3,950.00) 
Dollars be transferred from the State-Aid Pollution Account and the sum of Twenty 
One Thousand One Hundred and Fifty Two and 68/100 ($21,152.68) Dollars be 
transferred from Surplus Revenue. 

ARTICLE 9. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Schedule adopted under Ar- 
ticle 6 of the 1986 Annual Town Meeting with respect to the salary of elected officials by 
striking the Schedule therefrom entitled "Salary Schedule Elected Officials" in its en- 
tirety and substituting in its place and stead the following Schedule: 

Salary Schedule Elected Officials 

(for information only— not subject to compensation plan) 





Annual Rates 


Job Title 


Fiscal 1987 


Town Clerk 


$22,360.00 


Clerk Board of Registrars 


329.00 


Highway Surveyor 


26,040.00 


Moderator 


125.00 


Treasurer/ Collector 


27,985.00 


Board of Selectmen 




Chairman 


1,500.00 


Members (4) ($1,000.00 each) 


4,000.00 


Board of Assessors 




Chairman 


1,300.00 


Members (2) (1,200.00 each) 


2,400.00; 



MOVED. That the Schedule adopted under Article 6 of the 1986 Annual Town Meeting 
with respect to the salary of elected officials be amended by striking the Schedule in its 
entirety and substituting in its place and stead the following Schedule: 

Salary Schedule Elected Officials 

(for information only— not subject to compensation plan) 





Annual Rates 


Job Title 


Fiscal 1987 


Town Clerk 


$22,360.00 


Clerk Board of Registrars 


329.00 


Highway Surveyor 


26,040.00 


Moderator 


125.00 


Treasurer/Collector 


27,985.00 


Board of Selectmen 




Chairman 


1,500.00 


Members (4) ($ 1 ,000.00 each) 


4,000.00 



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Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) (1 ,200.00 each) 2,400.00. 

ARTICLE 10. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to accept a collective bargaining agreement 
made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Police Association and to 
see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate to effectuate the 
agreement. 

MOVED: That the Town accept a Collective Bargaining agreement made by and be- 
tween the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset PoUce Association and that the Town 
transfer from Surplus Revenue the sum of Forty Five Thousand Seven Hundred and 
no/ 100 ($45,700.00) Dollars to effectuate said Agreement. 

ARTICLE 11. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate a sum of money for the pur- 
pose of building an addition to the Cohasset Town Hall and making certain im- 
provements to the existing Town Hall building, including furnishings and equipment, 
and to see if the Town will vote to authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval of 
the Board of Selectmen to borrow such sum and to issue such notes therefor. 

MOVED: That the sum of Nine Hundred and Forty Thousand and no/100 
($940,000.00) Dollars be appropriated for the purpose of building an addition to the 
Cohasset Town Hall and making certain improvements to the existing Town Hall 
building, including furnishings and equipment, and to meet the appropriation, the 
Treasurer with the approval of the Board of Selectmen be authorized to borrow the sum 
of Seventy Two thousand and no/100 ($72,000.00) Dollars for renovations to the 
existing Town Hall in accordance with Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 44, Section 
7 (3A); the sum of Eight Hundred Eighteen Thousand and no/100 (818,000.00) Dollars 
for the construction of an addition to the Existing Town Hall in accordance with 
Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 44, Section 7 (3) and the sum of Fifty Thousand 
and no/ 100 ($50,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of purchasing equipment in accor- 
dance with Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 44, Section 7 (9). 

ARTICLE 12. Defeated on a hand count, Yes 118 No 161 this article was defeated. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Two Thousand Six Hundred Ninety One and no/100 ($2,691.00) Dollars for the pur- 
pose of paying unemployment insurance claims for the 1986 fiscal year; 

MOVED. That the sum of Two Thousand Six Hundred Ninety One and no/100 
($2,691.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the purpose of paying 
unemployment insurance claims for the 1986 fiscal year. 

ARTICLE 13. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Twenty Eight Thousand Three Hundred One and no/100 ($28,301.00) Dollars for the 
purpose of paying for added pension costs for the 1986 fiscal year. 

MOVED. That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 14. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



Article 15. 

Name Address 

Richard W. Kelley 438 Forest Avenue 

Sheldon N. Ripley 63 Sohier Street 

Robert Julian 279 Jerusalem Road 

Elizabeth M. Marchesi 3 Highland Avenue 

Jane L. O'Brien 78 Old Pasture Road 

Richard O'Brien, Jr. 78 Old Pasture Road 

Elizabeth I. O'Brien 78 Old Pasture Road 

Andrew L. Foster 84 Old Pasture Road 

Eileen W. Foster 84 Old Pasture Road 

M. J. Abbruzzese 90 Old Pasture Road 

To see if the Town will vote to appropriate $20,000.00 Dollars to reanalyze the 
costs of various options for providing sewer service to the area defined at Town 
Meeting, June 1984, using funding levels consistent with advise from the applicable 
State agency, and adjusting previously estimated costs for escalation and to incorporate 
any other cost information now available. Options are to include, but not be limited to 
Metcalf and Eddy, Phase I, and the Ward Plan with the same sewered area and purchas- 
ing a share of the Hull treatment plant. Technical features not approved by DEQE, such 
as 2" sewer lines, are to be excluded from consideration. Analysis to include estimated 
annual operating costs of each option, and average total annual cost to each property 
owner in each class (unsewered, or already sewered). Assessment to include appropriate 
estimates for rock excavation; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Twenty Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars to reanalyze the costs of various options for pro- 
viding sewer service to the area defined at Town Meeting, June 1984, using funding 
levels consistent with advise from the applicable State agency, and adjusting previously 
estimated costs for escalation and to incorporate any other cost information now 
available. Options are to include, but be not limited to Metcalf and Eddy, Phase 1 , and 
the Ward Plan with the same sewered area emd purchasing a share of the Hull treatment 
plant. Technical features not approved by DEQE, such as 2" sewer lines, are to be ex- 
cluded from consideration. Analysis to include estimated annual operating costs of each 
option, and average total annual cost to each property owner in each class (unsewered, 
newly sewered, or already sewered). Assessment to include appropriate estimates for 
rock excavation. 

Amendment to the main motion by Mrs. Katherine Stanton, 30 Clay Spring Road 

MOVED. That the motion under Article 15 be amended by striking it in its entirety and 
substituting in its place the following: 

MOVED. That the Town vote to appropriate from available funds the sum of 
$20,000.00 to be expended by a committee of 2 members of the Board of Selectmen, 1 
member of the Board of Health, 1 member of the Sewr Commission and 1 member of 
the Water Commission to engage qualified consultants to reanalyze the various options 
for providing sewer service to the area defined at the Town meeting, June 18, 1984. The 
report is to be completed by Oct. 31, 1986, and is to be made pubHc by the committee at 
that time. 

ARTICLE 15. Amendment to the main motion defeated on a hand count. 
Yes 114 No 137. 

ARTICLE 15. Main motion defeated by a voice vote. 



Mr. William Montouri, 47 Brewster Road gave notice of his intention to reconsider the 
votes on the amendment and main motion under Article 15 at the Tuesday night session. 

MOVED. That this meeting be adjourned until Tuesday, June 24, 1986 at 7:30 P.M. at 
the Cohasset High School and was voted by a voice vote. Vote was challenged by seven 
or more voters in the hall. Motion to adjourn voted on a hand count. Yes 102; No 86. 



TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1986 

The Meeting was called to order by the Moderator at 7:50 P.M. A quorum of 100 
was reached at 7:42 P.M. A total of voters checked in for the Tuesday evening session 
was 253. 

Mr. WilHam Montouri moved for reconsideration of Article 15. 

MOVED. That the votes at the previous session on the main motion and amendment 
under Article 15 be reconsidered. 

Motion defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Ten Thousand and no/ 100 ($10,000.00) Dollars to supplement funds 
appropriated under Article 20 of the December 9, 1985 Special Town Meeting for legal 
fees and related expenses incurred and to be incurred during the 1986 fiscal year by 
Ward Engineering Associates, and the Sewer Commission relating to the prosecution 
and defense of various actions and appeals arising out of the Town's waste water 
management problems and pursuit of alternative solutions thereto; the expenditure of 
these funds in payment of statements relating to these services shall on each occasion be 
subject to the approval of the Board of Selectmen and the Sewer Commission voting 
jointly; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Three Thousand Six Hundred and no/100 ($3,600.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to supplement funds appropriated under 
Article 20 of the December 9, 1985 Special Town Meeting for legal fees and related ex- 
penses incurred and to be incurred during the 1986 fiscal year by Ward Engineering 
Associates, and the Sewer Commission relating to the prosecution and defense of 
various actions and appeals arising out of the Town's waste water management prob- 
lems and pursuit of alternative solutions thereto. 

ARTICLE 16. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars for legal fees in- 
curred or to be incurred during the 1987 fiscal year by special town counsel, Goodwin, 
Procter and Hoar, and the Sewer Commission relating to the prosecution and defense 
of various actions and appeals arising out of the Town's waste water management prob- 
lems and pursuit of alternative solutions thereto; the expenditure of these funds and 
payment of statements relating to the services shall on each occasion be subject to the 
prior approval of the Board of Selectmen and the Sewer Commission voting jointly; or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Six Thousand 
Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($6,500.00) Dollars for legal fees to be incurred during the 



1987 fiscal year by special town counsel, Goodwin, Procter & Hoar, and the Sewer 
Commission relating to the prosecution and defense of various actions and appeals aris- 
ing out of the Town's waste water management problems and pursuit of alternative 
solutions thereto; the expenditure of these funds and payment of statements relating to 
the services shall on each occasion be subject to the prior approval of the Board of 
Selectmen and the Sewer Commissions voting jointly. 

ARTICLE 17. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to amend its previous authorization for the 
preparation of working plans and specifications for a waste water management and 
disposal system and for the implementation and construction of a waste water manage- 
ment and disposal system (the "Ward Plan") as voted in Article 48 of the June 18, 1984 
Special Town meeting as continued to June 19, 1984 in order to conform with the 
facilities plan authorized by the Department of Water Pollution Control ("DWPC") of 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts under date of June , 1986 (the "Modified Ward 
Plan") and in order to implement the Modified Ward Plan, raise and appropriate the 
additional sum of Four Hundred Fifty Thousand and no/100 ($450,000.00) Dollars by 
borrowing and to further amend Article 48 of the June 18, 1984 Special Town Meeting 
to authorize the expenditure of funds for the preparation of working plans and 
specifications for the Modified Ward Plan upon receipt of design grant funding from 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and to authorize construction of the Modified 
Ward Plan upon receipt of construction grant funding from the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts and the United States of America; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 18. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Mrs. Chartis Langmaid, 99 Bechwood Street 
Report of the Town Structure Committee 

REPORT OF THE TOWN STRUCTURE COMMITTEE 

The Town Government Structure Committee met last week to discuss its report to 
Town Meeting. We do not have recommendations about any specific articles, but would 
like to make some comments about the general area of financial planning. We recently 
invited a representative of the Department of Revenue, Municipal Data Management 
and Technical Assistance Bureau to address our committee and various town officials. 
We learned of a program which can be requested by the Board of Selectmen, that the 
Department of Revenue provides, at no cost to the town, to help us understand and im- 
prove the way Cohasset manages its fiscal affairs. 

The Town Government Structure Committee feels that Cohasset is facing major 
capital expenditures. We need to know whether or not we are making best use of our 
revenue sources. We need to understand the funding options available to us and the 
short and longer term impact on town finances of financing these various capital proj- 
ects. Accordingly, the Town Government Structure Committee unanimously passed the 
following motion: 

"In view of the expected major capital expenditures facing Cohasset during 
the next five years, the Town Government Structure Committee recommends the 
Board of Selectmen request a Financial Management Review and Capital Plan- 
ning Review from the Department of Revenue." 

Before more articles are presented to the voters which require borrowing and com- 



mitting ourselves to larger, long term payments of principal and interest, we need to 
know what we can afford, when we should commit to the project, and how we can best 
pay. It is unfair to the proponents of these projects, and ultimately unfair to all the 
townspeople, to be unprepared to look at the whole picture. An outside professional, 
free to the town for evaluation is available. The Board of Selectmen has already in- 
dicated an interest in this program. We urge them to request the study now, so that the 
report will be available this fall. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Ten Thousand and no/ 100 ($10,000.00) Dollars for its share of the 
Massachusetts inflow/infiltration rehabilitation program. The money raised, ap- 
propriated or transferred hereunder shall not be expended until the Town receives grant 
approval from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with respect to such program; or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Ten Thousand 
and no/100 ($10,000.00) Dollars for its share of the Massachusetts inflow/infiltration 
rehabilitation program. The money raised and appropriated hereunder shall not be ex- 
pended until the Town receives grant approval from the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts with respect to such program. 

ARTICLE 19. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 20. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Nineteen Thousand Five Hundred and no/100 ($19,500.00) Dollars 
for the purchase of additional computer terminals and added memory capacity to the 
Town's central computer system; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of Nineteen Thousand Five 
Hundred and no/100 ($19,500.00) Dollars for the purchase of additional computer ter- 
minals and added memory capacity to the Town's central computer system; and to meet 
the appropriation, the sum of Fifteen Thousand One Hundred and no/100 ($15,100.00) 
Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation and the sum of Four Thousand Four 
Hundred and no/ 100 ($4,400.00) Dollars be, and hereby is, transferred from Water 
Revenue. 

ARTICLE 20. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Five Hundred Fifty and no/ 100 ($550.00) Dollars for the purchase of two Town of 
Cohasset flags, including the silk screening process needed to produce the flags; or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 21. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will vote to abandon its use of a certain parcel of 
land off Route 3A for school purposes and transfer it to the Cohasset Housing Au- 
thority to provide a site for housing for the mentally retarded, the specific parcel to be 
transferred consists of approximately twenty- four (24) acres and is shown on the sketch 
plan filed with the Town Clerk and endorsed "Plan— Article 22"; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 



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ARTICLE 22. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Six Thousand and no/ 100 ($6,000.00) Dollars for title abstract fees, 
engineering fees and real estate appraisal fees in connection with a proposed taking of a 
certain parcel of land off King Street and shown as "Lily Pond Estates" on a set of 
plans drawn by H. W. Moore, Associates, Inc., dated April 11, 1985; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Six Thousand and no/100 ($6,000.00) Dollars be transferred 
from Water Revenue for the purpose of paying title abstract fees, engineering fees and 
real estate appraisal fees in connection with a proposed taking of a certain parcel of land 
off King Street and shown as "Lily Pond Estates" on a set of plans drawn by H. W. 
Moore, Associates, Inc., dated April 11, 1985. 

ARTICLE 23. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 24. To see if the Town will vote to transfer a sum of money to the PoUce 
Department budgetary account entitled "Personal Services for the 1985-1986 Fiscal 
Year"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Seven Thousand and no/100 ($7,000.00) Dollars be 
transferred from Surplus Revenue to the PoUce Department budgetary account entitled 
"Personal Services for the 1985-1986 Fiscal Year". 

ARTICLE 24. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 25. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Fifty Five Thousand and no/100 ($55,000.00) Dollars to the Fire Department budgetary 
account entitled "Personal Services for the 1985-1986 Fiscal Year"; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Forty Nine Thousand and no/100 ($49,000.00) Dollars be 
transferred from Surplus Revenue to the Fire Department budgetary account entitled 
"Personal Services for the 1985-1986 Fiscal Year". 

ARTICLE 25. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 26. To see if the Town will vote to transfer the sum of Two Thousand Two 
Hundred Fifty-One and no/100 ($2,251.00) Dollars from Account No. 103-5854, the 
sum of Four Hundred Fifty and no/100 ($450.00) Dollars from Account No. 1 1 1-5342, 
and the sum of One Thousand Four Hundred Twenty-Nine and no/100 ($1,429.00) 
Dollars from available funds for a total of Four Thousand One Hundred Thirty and 
no/ 100 ($4,130.00) Dollars to purchase a Four Channel Telephone and Radio Recorder 
for the Fire Department; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town appropriate the sum of Four Thousand One Hundred Thirty 
and no/ 100 ($4,130.00) Dollars for the purchase of a Four Channel Telephone and 
Radio Recorder for the Fire Department; and to meet such appropriation, the sum of 
Two Thousand Two Hundred Fifty One and no/100 ($2,251.00) Dollars be transferred 
from Account No. 103-5854, the sum of Four Hundred Fifty and no/ 100 ($450.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Account No. 1 1 1-5342, and the sum of One Thousand Four 
Hundred Twenty Nine and no/ 100 ($1,429.00) Dollars be transferred from Account 
No. 112-5232. 

ARTICLE 26. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 27. To see if the Town will raise and appropriae or transfer from available 
funds a sum of money to improve a drainage system on Beechwood Street; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Nineteen Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($19,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of paying the costs of labor and 
materials to improve a drainage system on Beechwood Street. 

ARTICLE 27. Motion defeated on a voice vote. 

Article 28. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article II of the General 
Bylaws— TOWN MEETING, by striking therefrom Section 5, Subsection (b) and 
substituting in its place and stead the following Section 5, Subsection (b): 

*'(b) Town Meetings are open, and participation is limited to registered voters of 
the Town, provided, however, that non-registered voters and non-residents may address 
the Meeting under the following circumstances: 

(i) A professional person employed by the Town regarding any matter under 
discussion at a Meeting may address the Meeting without its consent; 

(ii) Other non-registered voters and non-residents may, upon order of the 
Moderator, address a Meeting regarding any matter under discussion at such 
Meeting, provided that the Moderator's order may be appealed as provided in 
subsection (1) of this Section 5;" or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article II of the General Bylaws— TOWN MEETING, be amended by 
striking therefrom Section 5, Subsection (b) and substituting in its place and stead the 
following Section 5, Subsection (b): 

"(b) Town Meetings are open, and participation is limited to registered voters of 
the Town, provided, however, that non-registered voters and non-residents may address 
the Meeting under the following circumstances: 

(i) A professional person employed by the Town regarding any matter under 
discussion at a Meeting may address the Meeting without its consent; 

(ii) Other non-registered voters and non-residents may, upon order of the 
Moderator, address a Meeting regarding any matter under discussion at such 
Meeting, provided that the Moderator's order may be appealed as provided in 
subsection (1) of this Section 5." 

ARTICLE 28. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 29. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article II of its General 
Bylaws— TOWN MEETING— by striking therefrom Subsection (a) of Section 1 and 
substituting in its place and stead the following Subsection (a): 

"(a) The Annual Town Meeting shall be held on the first Saturday in April in each 
year at 10:00 a.m. The meeting for the election of those town officers who by law must 
be elected by ballot, and for determining such matters as by law must be decided by 
ballot, shall take place on the second Saturday in April; polls shall be open at 8:00 a.m. 
and shall remain open until 6:00 p.m. or until such further time as the Meeting may 
vote"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That Article II of the General By-Laws— TOWN MEETING— be amended 
by striking therefrom Subsection (a) of Section 1 and substituting in its place and stead 
the following Subsection (a): 



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"(a) The Annual Town Meeting shall be held on the first Saturday in April in each 
year at 10:00 a.m. The meeting for the election of those town officers who by law must 
be elected by ballot, and for determining such matters as by law must be decided by 
ballot, shall take place on the second Saturday in April; polls shall be open at 8:00 a.m. 
and shall remain open until 6:00 p.m. or until such further time as the Meeting may 
vote". 

ARTICLE 29. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 30. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) for the cost of payroll 
service and bank service charges on the payroll and vendor accounts for the 1987 fiscal 
year; or act on anything thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Twenty Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars for the cost of payroll service and bank service 
charges on the payroll and vendor acounts for the 1987 fiscal year. 

ARTICLE 30. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 31. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety and no/ 100 ($9,990.00) Dollars 
for the purchase of a P ABC/Peps Ballot Card Counter, or act on anything thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town transfer from Surplus Revenue the sum of Nine Thousand 
Nine Hundred Ninety and no/100 ($9,990.00) Dollars for the purchase of a 
PABC/Peps Ballot Card Counter. 

ARTICLE 31. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 32. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds a sum of money to construct a permanent handicap access ramp for the Town 
Hall; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town transfer from surplus revenue the sum of Four Thousand 
Five Hundred and no/100 ($4,500.00) Dollars for the purpose of constructing a perma- 
nent handicap access ramp for the Town Hall. 

ARTICLE 32. Voted by a voice vote. 

Clifford Mitman, Member of the Board of Selectmen 

MOVED: That consideration of Article 33 be postponed until the end of the warrant. 

Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 34. To see if the Town will vote to amend the main motion under Article 4 
of the 1986 Annual Town Meeting Warrant relating to the 1987 fiscal year budget by 
changing the amount to be transferred from Federal revenue sharing funds from 
$90,(XX).00 to $35,(XX).(X) and by changing the amount to be raised from taxation from 
$8,830,042.75 to $8,874,992.75; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the budget adopted under Article 4 of the 1986 Annual Town Meeting 
relating to the 1987 fiscal year be amended by changing the amount to be transferred 
from Federal revenue sharing funds from $90,000.00 to $35,000.00 and by changing the 
amount to be raised from taxation from $8,830,042.75 to $8,874,992.75. 

ARTICLE 34. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 35. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 5— AREA REGULA- 
TIONS, of the Zoning Bylaw by adding thereto a new section 5.4.7 which shall provide 
as follows: 

"5.4.7. The total horizontal dimension of each free standing structure in an HB or 
LI District shall be at least 1,500 square feet"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

ARTICLE 35. Main Motion defeated on a voice vote. 

Article 36. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Bylaw as follows: 

By adding to Section 2.1— DEFINITIONS, a definition of the phrase ''commercial 
kennel" in the appropriate alphabetical location, which definition shall provide as 
follows: 

''Commercial Kennel" A Commercial Kennel is a location where dogs are raised, 
sheltered, or bred for profit. 

By amending Section 4. Use Regulations, under the caption "Agriculture" by in- 
serting the word "commercial" before the word "kennels"; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Zoning Bylaw be amended as follows: 

By adding to Section 2.1 — DEFINITIONS, a definition of the phrase "commercial 
kennel" in the appropriate alphabetical location, which definition shall provide as 
follows: 

"Commercial Kennel" A Commercial Kennel is a location where dogs are raised, 
sheltered, or bred for profit. 

By amending Section 4. Use Regulations, under the caption "Agriculture" by in- 
serting the word "commercial" before the word "kennels." 

ARTICLE 36. Defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 37. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Seven Hundred Twenty-Five and no/ 100 ($725.00) Dollars for the 
payment of legal fees to Goodwin, Procter & Hoar for services rendered during the 1985 
fiscal year; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Seven Hundred Twenty Five and no/ 100 ($725.00) Dollars 
be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the payment of legal fees to Goodwin, Procter 
& Hoar for services rendered during the 1985 fiscal year. 

ARTICLE 37. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 38. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Two Thousand One Hundred Thirty-Five and no/ 100 ($2,135.00) 
Dollars to be added to the Health Department budgetary account entitled "Personal 
Services for the 1987 Fiscal Year"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Two Thousand One Hundred Thirty Five and no/100 
($2,135.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to be added to the Health 
Department budgetary account entitled "Personal Services for the 1987 Fiscal Year." 

ARTICLE 38. Voted by a voice vote. 



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ARTICLE 39 

(Inserted by the Planning Board, L. Christine Bassett, Chairperson, and others.) 

Article 39. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Bylaw as follows: 

By adding to Section2.1.— DEFINITIONS— definitions of the words "Area of Special 
Flood Hazard," "Base Flood," "Development," "Substantial Improvement," "Flood- 
way," and "Flood Insurance Rate Map" in the appropriate alphabetical location which 
definitions shall provide as follows: 

"Areas of Special Flood Hazard" — means the land in the flood plain having a one per- 
cent (l<^o) or greater chance of flooding in any given area. 

"Base Flood" — means the flood having a one percent (1%) chance of being equalled 
or exceeded in any given year. 

"Development" — means any man-made change to improved or unimproved real estate, 
including but not limited to buildings or other structures mining, dredging, filling, grading, 
paving, excavation, or drilling operations. 

"Substantial Improvement" — means any repair, reconstruction, or improvement of a 
structure, the cost of which equals or exceeds fifty percent (50%) of the market value 
of the structure either before the improvement is started or, if the structure has been 
damaged or is being restored, before the damage occurred. For purposes of this defini- 
tion "Substantial Improvement" is considered to occur when the first alteration of any 
wall, ceiling, floor or structural part of the building commences, whether or not that 
alteration effects the external dimensions of the structure. The term does not, however, 
include any project for improvement of a structure to comply with existing State or Local 
health, sanitary or safety code specifications which are solely necessary to assure safe 
living conditions or for any alteration of a structure hsted on the National Register of 
Historic Places or a State Inventory of Historical Places. 

"Floodway" — means the channel of a river or other water course and the adjacent land 
areas that must be reserved in order to discharge the base flood without cumulatively 
increasing the water surface elevation more than one (1) foot. 

"Flood Insurance Rate Map"— means the official map on which the Federal Emergency 
Management Agency ("FEMA") has delineated both areas of special flood hazard and 
the risk premium zones applicable to the Town of Cohasset. 

By amending Section 9— SPECIAL FLOOD PLAIN AND WATERSHED PROTEC- 
TION DISTRICT— by striking therefrom Subsection 9.2. and substituting in its place 
and stead the following Section 9.2. 

"9.2. Location. The flood plain watershed protection district is located as shown 
on a plan entitled "Cohasset Flood Plain and Watershed Protection District, January, 
1975, prepared by Richardson & Kalishes," Land Use Consultants, as revised by Gale 
Engineering, Inc., November, 1976 (hereinafter referred to as the "Flood Plain and 
Watershed Protection Map") and filed in the office of the Town Clerk, which plan, 
together with all explanatory matter thereon and amendments thereto, is hereby incor- 
porated by reference and made a part of this Bylaw. 

The Flood Plain and Watershed Protection District boundaries are further increased 
to the area shown on the Cohasset Flood Insurance Rate Map ("FIRM") dated January 
15, 1986 to be revised to be dated September 29, 1986 as zones A, A 1-30, and VI -30 
to indicate the 100 year flood plain. The exact boundaries of the district are defined 
by the 100 year water service elevations shown on the FIRM, as shown on the Flood 



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Plain and Watershed Protection District map as referred to in the preceding paragraph 
and further defined by the flood profiles contained in the flood insurance study dated 
January 15, 1986 to be revised to be dated September 29, 1986 and entitled * 'Flood In- 
surance Study— Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts, Norfolk County, prepared by the 
Federal Emergency Management Agency (hereinafter called the "Flood Insurance 
Study"). The floodway boundaries are delineated on the Cohasset Flood Boundary map 
("FBFM") dated January 15, 1986 to be revised to be dated September 29, 1986 and 
further defined by the floodway data tables contained in the Flood Insurance Study. 
The FIRM, the FBFM and the Flood Insurance Study are on file with the office of the 
Town Clerk, Planning Board, Building Inspector and Board of Selectmen." 

By adding to said Section 9 a new Subsection 9.12.— General Provisions Relating to 
Flood Plain District. 

9.12.1 . Within Zone A, where the 100 year flood elevation is not provided on the 
FIRM, the applicant for a special permit shall obtain any existing flood elevation data 
and it shall be reviewed by the Conservation Commission and the Building Inspector. 
If the data is sufficiently detailed and accurate in the opinion of the Conservation Com- 
mission and the Building Inspector, it shall be rehed upon to require compliance with 
this Bylaw and the State Building Code. 

9.12.2. All development, including structural and non-structural activities, whether 
permitted by right or by special permit must be in compliance wiht Massachusettss General 
Laws, Chapter 131, Section 40 and with the requirements of the Massachusetts State 
Building Code pertaining to construction in a flood plain. 

9.12.3. All encroachments in floodway s, including fill, new construction, substan- 
tial improvements to existing structures and other development are prohibited unless 
certification by a registered professional engineer is provided by the applicant for a special 
permit demonstrating that such encroachment shall not result in any increase of flood 
levels during the occurance of the 100 year flood. 

9.12.4. Within the areas designated as coastal high hazard areas (Zone V) within 
the flood plain district, all new construction shall be Icoated landward of the reach of 
the mean high tide;" or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Zoning Bylaw be amended as follows: 

By adding to Section 2. 1 .—DEFINITIONS— definitions of the words "Area of Special 
Flood Hazard," "Base Flood," "Development," "Substantial Improvement," "Flood- 
way," and "Flood Insurance Rate Map" in the appropriate alphabetical location which 
definitions shall provide as follows: 

"Areas of Special Flood Hazard"— means the land in the flood plain having a one per- 
cent (IVo) or greater chance of flooding in any given area. 

"Base Flood"— means the flood having a one percent (197o) chance of being equalled 
or exceeded in any given year. 

"Development"— means any man-made change to improved or unimproved real estate, 
including but not limited to buildings or other structures mining, dredging, filling, grading, 
paving, excavation, or drilling operations. 

"Substantial Improvement"— means any repair, reconstruction, or improvement of a 
structure, the cost of which equals or exceeds fifty percent (50%) of the market value 
of the structure either before the improvement is started or, if the structure has been 



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damaged or is being restored, before the damage occurred. For purposes of this defini- 
tion ^'Substantial Improvement" is considered to occur when the first alteration of any 
wall, ceiling, floor or structural part of the building commences, whether or not that 
alteration effects the external dimensions of the structure. The term does not, however, 
include any project for improvement of a structure to comply with existing State or Local 
health, sanitary or safety code specifications which are solely necessary to assure safe 
living conditions or for any alteration of a structure listed on the National Register of 
Historic Places or a State Inventory of Historical Places. 

"Floodway" — means the channel of a river or other water course and the adjacent land 
areas that must be reserved in order to discharge the base flood without cumulatively 
increasing the water surface elevation more than one (1) foot. 

"Flood Insurance Rate Map"— means the official map on which the Federal Emergency 
Management Agency (*TEMA") has delineated both areas of special flood hazard and 
the risk premium zones applicable to the Town of Cohasset. 

By amending Section 9— SPECIAL FLOOD PLAIN AND WATERSHED PROTEC- 
TION DISTRICT— by striking therefrom Subsection 9.2. and substituting in its place 
and stead the following Section 9.2. 

"P.2. Location. The flood plain watershed protection district is located as shown 
on a plan entitled "Cohasset Flood Plain and Watershed Protection District, January, 
1975, prepared by Richardson & Kalishes," Land Use Consultants, as revised by Gale 
Engineering, Inc., November, 1976 (hereinafter referred to as the "Flood Plain and 
Watershed Protection Map") and filed in the office of the Town Clerk, which plan, 
together with all explanatory matter thereon and amendments thereto, is hereby incor- 
porated by reference and made a part of this Bylaw. 

The Flood Plain and Watershed Protection District boundaries are further increased 
to the area shown on the Cohasset Flood Insurance Rate Map ("FIRM") dated January 
15, 1986 to be revised to be dated September 29, 1986 as zones A, Al-30, and VI -30 
to indicate the 1(X) year flood plain. The exact boundaries of the district are defined 
by the 1(X) year water service elevations shown on the FIRM, as shown on the Flood 
Plain and Watershed Protection District map as referred to in the preceding paragraph 
and further defined by the flood profiles contained in the flood insurance study dated 
January 15, 1986 to be revised to be dated September 29, 1986 and entitled "Flood In- 
surance Study — Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts, Norfolk County, prepared by the 
Federal Emergency Management Agency (hereinafter called the "Flood Insurance 
Study"). The floodway boundaries are delineated on the Cohasset Flood Boundary map 
("FBFM") dated January 15, 1986 to be revised to be dated September 29, 1986 and 
further defined by the floodway data tables contained in the Flood Insurance Study. 
The FIRM, the FBFM and the Flood Insurance Study are on file with the office of the 
Town Clerk, Planning Board, Building Inspector and Board of Selectmen." 
By adding to said Section 9 a new Subsection 9. \2.— General Provisions Relating to 
Flood Plain District. 

9.12.1. In any area outside of the flood plain as shown on the Flood Plain and 
Watershed Protection Map within Zone A, where the ICX) year flood elevation is not 
provided on the FIRM, the appHcant for a special permit shall obtain any existing flood 
elevation data and it shall be reviewed by the Conservation Commission and the 
Building Inspector. If the data is sufficiently detailed and accurate in the opinion of the 
Conservation Commission and the Building Inspector, it shall be relied upon to require 
compliance with this Bylaw and the State Building Code. 



135 



9.12.2. All development, including structural and non-structural activities, 
whether permitted by right or by special permit must be in compliance with 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 131, Section 40 and with the requirements of the 
Massachusetts State Building Code pertaining to construction in a flood plain. 

9.12.3. All encroachments in floodways, including fill, new construction, substan- 
tial improvements to existing structures and other development are prohibited unless 
certification by a registered professional engineer is provided by the applicant for a 
special permit demonstrating that such encroachment shall not result in any increase of 
flood levels during the occurrence of the 100 year flood. 

9.12.4. Within the areas designated as coastal high hazard areas (Zone V) within 
the flood plain district, all new construction shall be located landward of the reach of 
the mean high tide." 

ARTICLE 39. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 33. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from available funds a sum 
of money for certain improvements to the Town Hall and for additional equipment for 
the Town Hall; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town transfer from surplus revenue the sum of Seventeen Thou- 
sand and no/100 Dollars ($17,000.00) for certain improvements to the Town Hall and 
for additional equipment for the Town Hall. 

Amendment to the main motion by Rocco Laugelle, Member of the Board of Selectmen 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 33 be amended by adding thereto: "The 
expenditure of the $17,000.00 shall be under the direction of the Board of Selectmen 
and shall include the following: 

1) Lighting and lighting repairs 

2) Furnishing and equipment 

3) Miscellaneous repairs including but not limited to new doors and floor sanding 

ARTICLE 33. Amendment adopted by a voice vote. 

Second amendment to the main motion offered by Wayne Sawchuck, 432 Beechwood 
St. 

MOVED: That the -additional sum, not to exceed $3,000.00 be transferred from surplus 
revenue, to be used to prepare specifications and perform engineering and obtain 
estimates for upgrading the existing bathrooms, the existing sewage system and the in- 
stallation of a "private residence elevator," in the existing Town Hall. 

ARTICLE 33, Second amendment adopted by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 33. Voted by a voice vote. 

Moved that this Special Town Meeting be dissolved. 

VOTED unanimously by a voice vote at 10:45 P.M. 

A True Copy 
ATTEST: 
Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk 



136 — 



Polls open at 7:00 A.M. 



State Primary 

September 16, 1986 

Closed at 8:00 P.M. 



Election Officers Present at 6:30 A.M. 
Sworn in by Town Clerk Frances L. Marks 



Mary N. Grassie 
Bernard Mulcahy 
Maria R. Pape 
Grace Tuckerman 
Katherine Lincoln 
Lot E. Bates 
Ruth M. Pratt 
John Mullett 
Constance S. Jones 



4:30 P.M. 



Jean Salvador 
Ann Leonard 
Janet MacLure 
Ronald Goodwin 
Janice Rosano 
Kathleen Rhodes 
Margaret Hernan 
Kathleen England 



Total Voted 669 
14<yo Voted 



1:00P.M. 

1:00P.M. 

12:00 Noon 



DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

GOVERNOR 

Michael S. Dukakis 

Blanks 

Total 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

Gerard D' Amico 
Evelyn F. Murphy 
Blanks 
Total 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

James M. Shannon 
JoAnn Shotwell 
Blanks 
Total 

SECRETARY OF STATE 
Michael Joseph Connolly 
Blanks 
Total 

TREASURER 
Robert Q. Crane 
Blanks 
Total 





PRE.l 


PRE. 2 TOTAL 


3 


132 


182 


314 




71 


61 


132 




203 


243 


446 


6 


65 


96 


161 


7 


128 


138 


266 




10 


9 


19 




203 


243 


446 


10 


129 


160 


288 


11 


61 


69 


130 




13 


14 


27 




203 


243 


446 


14 


143 


178 


321 




60 


65 


125 




203 


243 


446 


17 


102 


139 


241 




101 


104 


205 




203 


243 


446 



137 — 



AUDITOR 

A. Joseph DeNucci 21 

Maura A. Hennigan 22 

Charles Calvin Yancey 23 

Overvote 

Blanks 

Total 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

Gerry E. Studds 27 

Norman J. Livergood 28 

Overvote 

Blanks 

Total 

COUNCILLOR 

Peter L. Eleey 40 

Blanks 

Total 

SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 

WilUam B. Golden 45 

Blanks 

Total 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 

Carolyn Stouffer 53 

Blanks 

Total 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

William D. Delahunt 59 

Blanks 

Total 

SHERIFF 

CUfford H. Marshall 63 

Blanks 

Total 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

David C. Ahearn 67 

Blanks 

Total 

TREASURER 

Daniel G. Raymond 73 

Blanks 

Total 



— 138 



84 


112 


196 


60 


74 


134 


24 


35 


59 




1 


1 


35 


21 


56 


203 


243 


446 


135 


187 


322 


46 


41 


87 




1 


1 


22 


14 


36 


203 


243 


446 


120 


145 


265 


83 


98 


181 


203 


243 


446 
1 


152 


197 


349 


51 


46 


97 


203 


243 


446 


1 




1 


202 


243 


445 


203 


243 


446 


128 


170 


298 


75 


73 


148 


203 


243 


446 


122 


148 


370 


81 


95 


176 


203 


243 


446 


116 


143 


259 


87 


100 


187 


203 


243 


446 


116 


152 


268 


87 


91 


178 


203 


243 


446 



REPUBLICAN PARTY 

GOVERNOR 
Gregorys. Hyatt 
Royall H. Switzler 
Kariotis (write-in) 
Overvote 
Blanks 
Total 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

Nicholas M. Nikitas 

Blanks 

Total 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 
Edward F. Harington 
Blanks 
Total 

SECRETARY OF STATE 
Deborah R. Cochran 
Blanks 
Total 

TREASURER 
L. Joyce Hampers 
Blanks 
Total 

AUDITOR 

Andrew S. Natsios 

WilUam "Bill" Robinson 

Overvote 

Blanks 

Total 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
Ricardo M. Barros 
Blanks 
Total 

COUNCILLOR 

No Candidate 

Blanks 

Total 

SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 
No Candidate 
Blanks 
Total 



PRE. 1 PRE. 2 TOTAL 



3 


22 


20 


42 


4 


15 


13 


28 




51 


28 


79 




2 




2 




40 


32 


72 




130 


93 


223 


7 


109 


63 


174 




21 


28 


49 




130 


93 


223 


10 


112 


78 


190 




18 


15 


33 




130 


93 


223 


13 


100 


72 


172 




30 


21 


51 




130 


93 


223 


16 


115 


76 


191 




15 


17 


32 




130 


93 


223 


19 


50 


32 


82 


20 


63 


56 


119 




1 




1 




16 


5 


21 




130 


93 


223 


21 


96 


75 


171 




34 


18 


52 




130 


93 


223 


25 


1 




1 




129 


93 


222 




130 


93 


223 


28 


3 




3 




130 


93 


220 



139 — 



REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 

Mary Jeanette Murray 32 

Blanks 

Total 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

No Candidate 40 

Blanks 

Total 

SHERIFF 

No Candidate 43 

Blanks 

Total 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

No Candidate 47 

Blanks 

Total 

TREASURER 

No Candidate 52 

Blanks 

Total 



115 


84 


199 


15 


9 


24 


130 


93 


223 


3 




3 


127 


93 


220 


130 


93 


223 


1 




1 


129 


93 


222 


130 


93 


223 


2 




2 


128 


93 


221 


130 


93 


223 


1 




1 


129 


93 


222 


130 


93 


223 



PRECINCT REPORT 

State Primary 



The State Primary was held in the Town Hall on September 15, 1986. 

The ballot boxes were opened and inspected by the Warden and clerk. The boxes were 
found to be empty and the numbers on the registers were zero. The side doors were 
locked. The top door was opened for ballots to be deposited. The keys were given to the 
Warden. 

All election officers were sworn in at 6:50 A.M. by the Town Clerk, Frances L. Marks. 
The Town Clerk opened the polls at 7:00 A.M. in accordance with the hour stated in the 
warrant. 

The polls were closed at 8:00 P.M. by the Town Clerk, there were no voters in line at 
8:00 P.M. 

Pre. 1 Total ballots received from Town Clerk— R 1000 D 1000 

Total ballots cast including absentee R & D 33 1 

Ballot box registered at close of polls — 331. 

The number of names marked on the voting Hsts — 331. 

Pre. 2 Total ballots received from Town Clerk— R 1000 D 1000 
Total ballots cast including absentee D & R 336 

Ballot box registered at close of polls 338 

Adj ustment of count due to j amming 2 



The number of names marked on the voting Hsts- 



336 
336. 



A True Report 
ATTEST: 
Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk 



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state Election 

November 4, 1986 

Polls opened at 7:00 A.M. 
Total Voted 2830 
59<yo Voted 

Election Officers present at 6:30 A.M. 

Sworn in by Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 6:55 A.M. 



Closed at 8:00 P.M. 



Mary N. Grasse, Warden 


R 


Mary A. Fiori 


D 


Bernard Mulcahy, Clerk 


D 


Ann E. Leonard 


D 


Maria R. Pape 


R 


Kathleen V. England 


R 


Grace Tuckerman 


R 


Janice M. Rosano 


D 


Ruth M. Pratt 


R 


Ronald Goodwin 


D 


Jean Salvador 








At 12 Noon: 




At 1:00 P.M.: 




Katherine M. Lincoln 


R 


Kathleen Rhodes 


I 


Janet W. MacLure 


R 


Margaret C. Hernan 


I 


Jeanne McAuliffe 


D 






At 4:30 P.M.: 








Constance S. Jones 


D 







All were sworn in by Town Clerk Frances L. Marks 



Pre. 1 Pre. 2 Total 



GOVERNOR-LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

Dukakis and Murphy 
Kariotis and Nikitas 
Over vote 
Blanks 
Total 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 
Edward F. Harrington 
James M. Shannon 
Over vote 
Blanks 
Total 

SECRETARY OF STATE 
Michael Jospeh Connolly 
Deborah R. Cochran 
Over vote 
Blanks 
Total 

TREASURER 
Robert Q. Crane 
L. Joyce Hampers 
Over vote 
Blanks 
Total 



3 


802 


745 


1547 


4 


627 


524 


1151 




3 


2 


5 




66 


61 


127 




1498 


1332 


2830 


7 


901 


710 


1611 


8 


509 


549 


1058 




1 


5 


6 




87 


68 


155 




1498 


1332 


2830 


11 


680 


708 


1388 


12 


682 


522 


1204 







1 


1 




136 


101 


237 




1498 


1332 


2830 


15 


572 


580 


1152 


16 


788 


658 


1446 







1 


1 




138 


93 


231 




1498 


1332 


2830 



— 141 



AUDITOR 

A. Joseph DeNucci 

William "Bill" Robinson 

Over vote 

Blanks 

Total 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
Gerry E, Studds 
Ricardo M. Barros 
Alexander Byron 
Over vote 
Blanks 
Total 

COUNCILLOR 
Peter L. Eleey 
Blanks 
Total 

SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 
William B. Golden 
Blanks 
Total 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 
Mary Jeanette Murray 
John Silvia Hull 
Blanks 
Total 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

William D. Delahunt 40 938 902 1840 

Blanks 560 430 990 

Total 1498 1332 2830 

SHERIFF 

CUfford H. MarshaU 44 871 849 1720 

Blanks ^ 627 483 1110 

Total 1498 1332 2830 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

David C. Ahearn 48 

Blanks 

Total 

TREASURER 

Daniel G. Raymondi 52 848 842 1690 

Blanks 650 490 1140 

Total 1498 1332 2830 



— M2 



19 


597 


612 


1209 


20 


751 


608 


1359 






3 


3 




150 


109 


259 




1498 


1332 


2830 


21 


817 


800 


1617 


22 


500 


389 


889 


23 


99 


80 


179 




1 


1 


2 




81 


62 


143 




1498 


1332 


2830 


26 


875 


845 


1720 




623 


487 


1110 




1498 


1332 


2830 


30 


1079 


1103 


2082 




419 


329 


748 




1498 


1332 


2830 


35 


1234 


1110 


2344 






1 


1 




264 


221 


485 




1498 


1332 


2830 



843 


837 


1680 


655 


495 


1150 


1498 


1332 


2830 



547 


512 


1059 


901 


779 


1680 


3 


3 


6 


47 


38 


85 


1498 


1332 


2830 



QUESTION 1: 

Proposed Amendment to the Constitution 

Do you approve of the adoption of an amend- 
ment to the Constitution summarized below, which 
was approved by the General Court in joint sessions 
of the House of Representatives and the Senate on 
June 27, 1984 by a vote of 120-67 and on April 30, 
1986 by a vote of 123-69? 

YES 79 

NO 80 

Over Vote 
Blanks 
Total 

QUESTION 2: 

Proposed Amendment to the Constitution 

Do you approve of the adoption of an amend- 
ment to the Constitution summarized below, which 
was approved by the General Court in joint sessions 
of the House of Representatives and the Senate on 
December 12, 1984 by a vote of 108- 79, and on April 
16, 1986 by a vote of 107-87? 

YES 91 392 348 740 

NO 92 1065 944 2009 

Over Vote 1 1 2 

Blanks 40 39 79 

Total 1498 1332 2830 

QUESTION 3 

Law Proposed by Initiative Petition 

Do you approve of a law summarized below, 

which was disapproved by the House of Represen- 
tatives on May 6, 1986, by a vote of 49-93, and on 

which no vote was taken by the Senate before May 7, 

1986? 

YES 99 

NO 100 

Over Vote 

Blanks 

Total 

QUESTION 4: 

Law Proposed by Initiative Petition 

Do you approve of a law summarized below, 

which was approved by the House of Representatives 

on May 5, 1986, by a vote of 145-0, and on which no 

vote was taken by the Senate before May 7, 1986? 



— 143 — 



884 


750 


1634 


525 


491 


1016 


1 


1 


2 


88 


90 


178 


498 


1332 


2830 



860 


653 


1513 


592 


647 


1239 


2 




2 


44 


32 


76 


498 


1332 


2830 



YES 
NO 

Over Vote 

Blanks 

Total 

QUESTION 5: 

Referendum on an Existing Law 

Do you approve of a law summarized below, 

which was approved by the House of Representatives 

on October 17, 1985, by a vote of 77-62, and which 

was approved by the Senate on October 17, 1985? 

YES 140 

NO 141 

Over Vote 

Blanks 

Total 

QUESTION 6: 

Law Proposed by Initiative Petition 

Do you approve of a law summarized below, 
which was disapproved by the House of Represen- 
tatives on May 6, 1986, by a vote of 56-93, and on 
which no vote was taken by the Senate before May 7, 
1986? 

YES 156 528 440 968 

NO 157 869 794 1663 

Over Vote 2 2 4 

Blanks 99 96 195 

Total 1498 1332 2830 

QUESTION 7: 

This Question is Non-Binding 

Shall the Commonwealth of Massachusetts urge 

the United States Congress to enact a national health 

program which: 

provides high quality comprehensive personal 

health care including preventive, curative and oc- 
cupational health services; is universal in coverage, 

community controlled, rationally organized, 

equitably financed, with no out-of-pocket charges, is 

sensitive to the particular health needs of all, and is 

efficient in containing its cost; and whose yearly ex- 
penditure does not exceed the proportion of the 

Gross National Product spent on health care in the 

immediately preceding fiscal year? 

YES 184 

NO 185 

Over Vote 

Blanks 

Total 



— 144 



729 


741 


1470 


664 


477 


1141 


1 


3 


4 


104 


111 


215 


1498 


1332 


2830 



1118 


991 


2109 


225 


211 


466 


1 


1 


2 


124 


129 


253 


1498 


1332 


2830 



QUESTION 8: 

This Question is Non-Binding 

Shall the Commonwealth of Massachusetts urge 
the President of the United States and the United 
States Congress to enact a national acid rain control 
program which would require a fifty percent reduc- 
tion in total national sulfur dioxide emissions by the 
year nineteen hundred and ninety- five and which 
would allocate the required reductions in sulfur di- 
oxide emissions, and the costs of achieving those 
reductions, equitably among the states? 
YES 189 

NO 190 

Over Vote 
Blanks 
Total 



PRECINCT REPORT 
STATE ELECTION NOVEMBER 4, 1986 

The State Election was held in the Town Hall on November 4, 1986. 

The ballot boxes were opened and inspected by the Warden and clerk. The boxes were 
found to be empty and the numbers on the registers were zero. The side doors were 
locked. The top door was opened for ballots to be deposited. The keys were given to the 
Warden. 

All election officers were sworn in at 6:55 A.M. by the Town Clerk, Frances L. Marks. 
The Warden opened the polls at 7:00 A.M. in accordance with the hour stated in the 
warrant. 

The polls were closed at 8:00 P.M. by the Warden there were no voters in line at 8:00 
P.M. 

Pre. 1 Total ballots received from Town Clerk were 2000 

Total ballots cast including absentee 67 total 1498 

The number of names marked on the voting hsts 1498 

Pre. 2 Total ballots received from Town Clerk, were 2000 
Total ballots cast including absentee 54 total 1332 

The number of names marked on the voting hsts 1332 

The polls closed at 8:00 P.M. 

The vote was declared at 10:00 P.M. 

The Warden dissolved the election at 10:30 P.M. 



A True Record 
ATTEST: 
Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 



145 — 



Vital Statistics 

Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths Recorded in 1986 

BIRTHS 

The number of births recorded were eighty four. Of the seventy born in the year 
1986 all the parents were residents of Cohasset. There were thirty six males and thirty 
four females. 



MARRIAGES 

The total number of marriages for 1986 was sixty seven. Fifty four were solemnized 
in Cohasset during the current year. 



DEATHS 

Total number of deaths was seventy five including residents of Cohasset who died 
elsewhere and non-residents who died in Cohasset. Of the sixty seven who were 
residents of Cohasset thirty four were females and thirty three males. 

Deaths not before reported were eight, which were all residents of Cohasset, five 
females and three males. 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk 
Cohasset, MA 02025 



Births for the Year 1986 



Date 


Name of Child 


January 




1 


Kevin Richard Gill, III 


16 


Mark Edward Davis 


18 


Tess Ambrose Foley 


19 


Andrew Paul Musto 


20 


Meghan Elizabeth Marr 


22 


Caroline Bishop Steele 


30 


Ryan William Tufts 


31 


Gregory Peyton Smith 


February 




3 


Michael Frank Rasmussen 


16 


Craig Alexander Laugelle 


19 


Michael William Devine 


24 


Danielle Elizabeth Pinkus 


25 


Michael Thomas Ernst . 


28 


John Joseph Andrade 


March 




2 


Daniel Jonathon Paradise 


6 


Lindsay Erica-Taniguchi Deane 


6 


Kristen Alexis Watts 


17 


Jennifer Marie Hoban 



Parents 



Mothers Maiden Name 



Kevin Richard and Rita Lorraine (Foley) 
Raymond Joseph and Mary Ellen (Hanlon) 
William Edward, Jr. and Mary (Ambrose) 
Paul Christopher and Ann Marie (Fougere) 
Matthew Brian and Sally Marie (Young) 
Matthew Regan and Marjorie Buck (Felton) 
Barry Carson and Margaret Rita (Signorelli) 
William Peyton, Jr. and Maureen (McCarty) 

Arthur Panduro, Jr. and Ann (McDonnell) 
Paul Joseph and Karen (Murphy) 
William Edward and Marianne Theresa (Norman) 
Steven Daniel and Elizabeth Anne (Craig) 
Robert Clayton, Jr. and Mary Cecile (Miller) 
Joseph and Dorothy Marie (Infusino) 

John Joseph and Sylvia Carolyn (Smith) 
Gordon Lewis and Motoko (Taniguchi) 
James Alfred and Karla Alexis (Rose) 
James Francis and Karen Marie (McGee) 



146 — 



21 


Malcolm James Stansell 


23 


Gillian Margaret Simons 


April 




3 


Kerri-Anne Esposito 


6 


Timothy MacKinnon Anton 


8 


Justin Patrick Runey 


10 


Felicia Alexandra Lindsey 


21 


Alicia Marie Sanchez 


22 


David Michael Craig 


May 




3 


Jennifer Lynn Buckley 


5 


Laura Anne Collins 


9 


Stephen Joseph Connolly 


9 


Adam Wiliam Thayer 


10 


Paul Barry Cotter, III 


22 


Robert William Shaw, III 


25 


Courtney Jo Caron 


25 


Matthew David Londergan 


June 




8 


Peter James McGinnis 


9 


Ralph Michael Crossen, Jr. 


11 


Alexandra Hall Duggan 


15 


Brittany Michelle Aurelio Novak 


16 


Elisa Ann Ninde Jerome 


16 


Amanda Emily Mercurio 


29 


Ashley Marie Brown 


30 


Mark Adam Donovan 


July 




15 


Tiffany Lee Rattenbury 


16 


Joseph Peter Murphy 


20 


Richard Daniel Allen, Jr. 


20 


Amyra O'Connell Chase 


August 




1 


Courtney Adams Wasson 


6 


Shelley Beaudet Carter 


11 


Lucy Jane Gardner 


17 


Timothy Stuart Goodman 


17 


Haley Smith Kingsland 


20 


Mariel Pyne Koed 


23 


Brendan Broderick Slowey 


24 


Kevin Nicholas Drake 


30 


Scott Harris Delahunt 


Septemb 


er 


4 


Kristen Therese James 


9 


WiUiam Edward Maich, 11 


12 


Jennifer Maria Fiori 


13 


Kevin Michael Neill, Jr. 


21 


Timothy Adam Pilczak 


26 


Molly Irene Ogrodnik 


October 




1 


Christine Marie Glowacki 


6 


William Charles McCarthy 


7 


Lindsay Erin Feig 


23 


Nicholas Andrew Keough 



Robert Arthur, Jr. and Moira Anne (Nestor) 
Robert LesUe and Judith Edith (Trent) 

Louis Scott and Barbara Ellen (Smith) 
Robert Joseph and Deborah Lee (MacKinnon) 
James Philip and Carol Beth (Gallagher) 
Robert PhiUp and Pamela Faith (Galligan) 
Armando and Ellen Marie (Josie) 
Michael William and Linda Dolores (Neagle) 

Charles Patrick and Barbara (Elliott) 
Bruce Douglas and Amy Louise (Hottage) 
Joseph Leo and Mary Whelan (Coe) 
Kenneth Ellis and Linda Kathleen (Fitzpatrick) 
Paul Barry, Jr. and Margaret Olivia (Barres) 
Robert William, Jr. and Michelle (Bowdring) 
Jon Joseph and Jo-Ellen (Neagle) 
Robert David and Mary Catherine (Spahn) 

Peter Hoagland and Eileen Marie (Hurley) 
Ralph Michael and Mary Victoria (McNamara) 
Christopher and Terese (England) 
Michael Anthony and Jeanne Marie AureUo 
Gerald Michael and Jane Pickering Ninde 
Joseph P. and Rosemarie (Bonanno) 
Edwin Charles, Jr. and Susan Rose (Palladino) 
Mark Anthony and Donna Ruth (Hannaway) 

Paul Henry and Sherri (Eason) 
Peter Joseph and Joan Megan (Mullin) 
Richard Daniel and Joan Elizabeth (Vanasse) 
Clifford Ernest and Amyra Beatrice (O'Connell) 

Paul Joseph and Christine (Sheetz) 
William Beaudet and Susan (Kelley) 
Garry Winston and Linda Ceceil (Anderson) 
Lester Alan and Karen Marie (Sullivan) 
Robert Carey and Sandra (Smith) 
Frederick Richard and Lisa Ruth (Herstad) 
Richard Francis and Mary Rose (Broderick) 
Kevin Francis and Elizabeth (Crowley) 
Peter Godfrey and Karen (Harris) 

Brian Louis and Therese A. (Connolly) 
Peter Anthony and Mary-Ellen (Hassimino) 
Paul Anthony and Karen Eleanor (Swanson) 
Kevin Michael and Flora Frances (Connolly) 
Kenneth John and Jo-Ann Marie (Nedvins) 
Thomas Glenn and Martha (Hogan) 

Robert Michael and Donna Marie (Kierce) 
William Gerard and Linda Jean (Fagan) 
William Robert and Susan Ann (Magiera) 
Douglas Andrew and Marcia Karen (Stephens) 



147 — 



November 
6 

20 

25 

December 



11 
30 



Nicole Amanda Bonomi 
Jonathan Shadd Grimm 
John Lothrop Roth 

Lauren Marie Rizzotti 
Rebecca Marie Lehr 



Joseph Paul, III and Michelle (Cray) 
William Richard and Deborah Anne (Shadd) 
Dennis Levin and Nancy (Adams) 

William Anthony and Susan Patricia (Hayes) 
Philip Arthur and JoAnne (Wido) 



BIRTHS NOT BEFORE REPORTED AND CORRECTIONS 



Date 


Name of Child 


1985 




August 




11 


Brenna Elizabeth O'Donnell 


November 


7 


Jessie Winslow Guild 


11 


Shawn Michael Quinn 


22 


Matthew Robert Chisholm 


30 


Karina Marie Blakeman 


December 


1 


Elizabeth Anne Nardo 


3 


Dennis Michael Dooley, Jr. 


9 


Stephen Francis Davis 


9 


Justin Damiano Truglia 


10 


Andrew Prescott Busk 


10 


Elizabeth Gushing Meikleham 


12 


Christen Susan Reardon 


16 


Rachel Eve Doyle 


1944 




December 



Parents 



Mother's Maiden Name 



31 



Mary Cecile Shyne 



Kevin Francis and Donna Marie (Kelley) 

Peter Smith and Lindsay Farrar (Jordan) 
Brian James and Mary Elizabeth (Tobin) 
Robert Jospeh and Lisa Patricia (Wolfert) 
William Frederick, III and Maresa Solanoy 
(Anscleto) 

Vincent, Jr. and Eileen Frances (O'Neil) 
Dennis Michael and Diane Joyce (Howorth) 
Donald and Donna Marie (Sargent) 
Damiano and Giuliana R. (Marcella) 
Joseph Richard, III and Joan Gayle (Prescott) 
Dennis Stephen and Susan (Augusta) 
Thomas Mark and Susan (McCarthy) 
Gregory Edward and Jody Ann (Litvin) 



John William and Bernadette Elizabeth (Carney) 



Marriages for the Year 1986 

February 22 at Cohasset, Scott Barcomb of Cambridge, MA and Renata Kateri Hawks of Cam- 
bridge, MA, married by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

March 23 at Cohasset, Joseph G. Weckbacher of Marshfield, MA and Brenda M. Hart of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

March 29 at Cohasset, Eric Marenghi of Cohasset and Candace Endicott Dean of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace, 

April 13 at Lexington, Joseph Monastiero of Hull, MA, and Miriam B. Arlan of Hull, MA, mar- 
ried by Peter Koutoujian, Justice of the Peace. 

April 13 at Cohasset, Robert M. Glowacki of Randolph, MA and Donna M. Kierce of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

April 19 at Cohasset, Walter D. Pihl of Hingham and Dona M. Perroncello of Hingham, married 
by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

April 26 at Cohasset, Eric Jon Yassen of Cohasset and Elizabeth Johnson of Cohasset, married by 
Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 



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April 26 at Cohasset, Glen Robert Liset of Cohasset and Lee Ann Ritvo of Cohasset, married by 
James McClay, Minister of the Gospel. 

May 3 at Cohasset, Daniel J. MacDonald of Norwell and Cynthia Manfredi of Cohasset, married 
by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

May 3 at Cohasset, David J. Firstenberg of Philadelphia, PA and Jacqueline Ruth Clark of 
Cohasset, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

May 10 at Cohasset, Richard P. Barrow, II of Cohasset and Tracy Lee Swain of Cohasset, married 
by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

May 15 at Hingham, Richard DeLuca of Cohasset and Joyce Lennon of Cohasset, married by 
Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

May 18 at Cohasset, Frank Paul Talluto of Decatur, GA and Linda Lee Peters of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by E. Clifford Cutler, Clergyman. 

May 25 at Cohasset, Thomas A. Burns of Hull, MA and Penelope S. Wolf of Hull, MA, married 
by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

May 28 at Cohasset, Joseph F. Flynn, Jr. of Quincy, MA and Erin M. O'Brien of Weymouth, 
MA, married by Leo James Hoar, Priest. 

May 31 at Cohasset, Randall Wayne Bodner of Rochester, NY and Elizabeth Hendrik Evans of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

June 1 at Cohasset, John W. DituUio of Hull, MA and Linda M. Robbins of Hull, MA, married 
by Jerome F. Gillespie, Priest. 

June 7 at Cohasset, James H. Walsh, IV of Cohasset and Susan Lee Gardetto of Auburndale, 
MA, married by Jospeh A. Glavin, S.J., Priest. 

June 7 at Cohasset, Wayne E. Aikens of Cohasset and Nancy Ann Cone of Cohasset, married by 
John J. Keohane, Priest. 

June 7 at Cohasset, Stephen E. Buckley of Cohasset and Beth Ann Cogill of Cohasset, married by 
WiUiam J. Migliorini, Priest. 

June 7 at Cohasset, Stephen Anderson Bobo of Cohasset and Heidi Lynn Domke of Weymouth, 
MA, married by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

June 7 at Cohasset, Joseph Stephen Kelley of RosUndale, MA and Patricia Ann O'Rourke of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

June 9 at Cohasset, Everett W. Wheelwright of Cohasset and Madelaine Stover of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

June 14 at Cohasset, Robert H. Durand of Cohasset and Susan T. Whitman of Hingham, MA, 
married by E. CHfford Cutler, Clergyman. 

June 14 at Cohasset, John Joseph Delaney, III of Cohasset and Anne B. Baker of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by E. CUfford Cutler, Clergyman. 

June 20 at Cohasset, Kevin Gene Deines of Cheyenne, WY and Shelly Mayo Peck of Groton, NY, 
married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

June 21 at Cohasset, Eric Wendell Pettipaw of Bettsville, MD and Eleanor McQueen Bowditch of 
Bettsville, MD, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

June 28 at Cohasset, Stephen E. Lee of Weymouth, MA and Sally Lucy Wright of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

June 28 at Fall River, James S. Fougere of Cohasset and Cheryl A. Wieszbicki of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Leonard W. Silvester, Clergyman. 

June 28 at Cohasset, WiUiam Benson Livingstone of Cohasset and Jeane C. Keiran of Scituate, 
MA, married by Brian Manning, Priest. 



— 149 



July 12 at Scituate, Gregory T. Sullivan of Cohasset and Diane B. Marks of Pembroke, MA, mar- 
ried by Justus J. Fennel, Clergyman. 

July 19 at Cohasset, William J. Smith, Jr. of Cohasset and Laura Lee Fischer of Waban, MA, 
married by Joseph P. Marchese, Priest. 

July 26, Andrew Townsend Watkin of Brevard, NC and Pauline Prentiss Nelson of Nashville, TN, 
married by Douglas R. Wheeler, Minister. 

July 26 at Cohasset, Charles Michaels of Cohasset and Teresa M. Lavalle of Cohasset, married by 
Diane C. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace. 

August 2 at Cohasset, Anthony B. Catlin of Weston, MA and Shifra Jorden of Cohasset, married 
by Douglas R. Wheeler, Minister. 

August 2 at Princeton, Richard Brassey of London, Swioorj, UK and Pamina Caruso of London, 
Swio, England, married by Priscilla N. Hart, Justice of the Peace. 

August 2 at Wellesley, Stuart James McKinnon of New Orleans, LA and Victoria Grayken of 
Cohasset, married by Joseph E. Ryan, Priest. 

August 8 at Cohasset, Pasquald L. Prencipe of Cohasset and Shelley Principe of Boston, MA, 
married by David A. Hollenbeck, Clergyman. 

August 9 at Cohasset, Thomas F. Perry, Jr. of Cohasset and Barbara Harrington of Cohasset, 
married by Nancy E. Dyment, Justice of the Peace. 

August 9 at Cohasset, Jeffrey N. Thompson of Cohasset, and Lisa J. Heffner of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Diane C. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace. 

August 9 at Marshfield, James M. Porter of Hingham, MA and Sarah E. Brostel of Hingham, 
MA, married by Stanley P. Hardy, Priest. 

August 9 at Cohasset, John Stanley Whitecage, Jr. of St. Petersburg, FL and Elizabeth Gay 
Ripley of Cohasset, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

August 16 at Cohasset, James Luckett Sturdy of Cohasset and Gwendolyn Anne Smith of 
Cohasset, married by E. CUfford Cutler, Clergyman. 

August 16 at Cohasset, Christopher J. Violandi of Scituate, MA and Robin Mari Swain of 
Scituate, MA, married by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

August 23 at Cohasset, David H. Murphy of Cohasset and Sarah M. Abbruzzese of Cohasset, 
married by Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

August 30 at Cohasset, Stephen W. Gray of Venice, CA and Lee Ann Nichols of Venice, CA, mar- 
ried by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 6 at Cohasset, David A. Mavilia of Scituate, MA and Margaret L. Atkinson of 
Cohasset, married by Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

September 6 at Cohasset, Richard Burbridge of Scituate, MA and Alise Tedeschi of Scituate, MA, 
married by Jospeh E. Ryan, Priest. 

September 20 at Cohasset, Hugh S. Sease, III of Virginia Beach, VA and Mary C. Lagrotteria of 
Cohasset, married by John A. Oliver, Priest. 

September 20 at Cohasset, Martin K. Nevius of San Diego, CA and Disa K. Pratt of San Diego, 
CA, married by Douglas R. Wheeler, Minister. 

September 20 at Cohasset, Michael D. Zappolo of Scituate, MA and Sandra L. Salden of Scituate, 
MA, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

September 26 at Cohasset, Albert M. Shwachman of Cohasset and Cheryl L. Grabert of 
Cohasset, married by Diane C. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace. 

September 27 at Cohasset, Douglas R. Saleski of Scituate, MA and Kathryn M. Salerno of 
Cohasset, married by Joseph E. Ryan, Priest. 



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I 

September 27 at Cohasset, James G. Bagley of Cohasset and Margaret M. Federico of Weymouth, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest of Cohasset. 

October 4 at Cohasset, Scott Danforth Sandblom of Cohasset, and Rhondi Ann Eitreim of Hull, 
married by John M. Benbow, Minister of Milton. 

October 10 at Hingham, Daniel A. McLaughlin of Weymouth, and Lorraine C. Ranahan of 
Weymouth, married by Rev. Richard Bourgeois, Priest of Hingham. 

October 11 at Cohasset, Paul J. Turcotte of Hingham, and Ruthanne Lewis of Hingham, married 
by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister of Cohasset. 

October 11 at South Hamilton, David Hudgins White of Cohasset, and Sandra Taylor Duryea of 
Cohasset, married by Barry R. Howe, Clergyman of South Hamilton. 

October 11 at Cohasset, Kenneth A. Dye of Cortland, Ohio and Deidre McCurrin of Cortland, 
Ohio, married by Robert Giggi, Priest of Natick. 

October 12 at Marblehead, Donald S. Rendall of Scituate, and Rebecca L. Jewett, married by 
John P. Streit, Jr., Priest of Brookhne. 

October 18 at Cohasset, Austin F. Lyne, Jr., of Cohasset, and Patricia J. Antoine of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest of Cohasset. 

October 18 at Weymouth, Matthew J. Dacey of Hyannis, and Paula E. McDonough of 
Weymouth, married by John R. Mulvehill, Priest of Weymouth. 

October 25 at Cohasset, John H. Barrett, Jr., of Cohasset, and Susan Thayer Lowrey of Cohasset, 
married by John M. Benbow, Minister of Milton. 

October 26 at Cohasset, David Timothy Malley of Scituate, and Kathleen Sargent of Cohasset, 
married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister of Cohasset. 

December 5 at Cohasset, Paul Wilham Swan of Cohasset, and Jeannette Thomas of Cohasset, 
married by Diane C. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace of Cohasset. 

December 6 at Sudbury, Michael S. Phippard, of Cohasset and Linda E. Siegrist of Cohasset, 
married by Larry K. Wolff, Minister of the Gospel of Sudbury. 

December 26 at Cohasset, Michael E. Carchia of Cohasset, and Christine A. Christina of 
Cohasset, married by Diane C. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace of Cohasset. 

December 31 at Cohasset, Richard Gregory Groton of Weymouth, and Mary Katherine Groton of 
Weymouth, married by Diane C. Sullivan, Justice of the Peace of Cohasset. 

December 31 at Scituate, Stafford Arey Short, Jr., of Scituate, and Paula A. Detrano of Scituate, 
married by Stanly P. Culy, Clergyman of Scituate. 



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Date 



Name 



Deaths for the Year 1986 

Years Months 



Days 



January 




3 


Helen Louise Barrow 


5 


Dorothea O. Casey 


6 


Phyllis Elizabeth Alpert 


6 


Thomas Bates 


February 




1 


Roy Carlton MacDonald, Sr 


1 


John Pereira 


8 


Pierina FrugoU 


25 


Harold O. Wentworth 


March 




2 


John E. Hunt 


3 


Eva Margaret Black 


4 


Stephen C. Siney, Jr. 


9 


Emma C. Flint 


18 


William Lawson 


20 


Matthew L. Silvia 


April 




4 


Francis David Gunville 


5 


Charles Adelard Richards 


5 


Thomas H. Twitchell, Sr. 


12 


Paul Victor Emanuello 


12 


Abigail Katherine Corkery 


15 


Edmund Francis Silvia 


17 


Ann B. Hammond 


18 


Laurence W. Fone, Jr. 


18 


Gladys E. Carr 


May 




10 


AnneC. Reardon 


17 


Myrtle Lincoln Derby 


18 


Florence K. Buker 


24 


Elizabeth Veronica Short 


June 




2 


Elizabeth K. Cain 


22 


Helen Elizabeth Poland 


28 


Marie Gibson Kerr 


July 




2 


Anthony J. Rosano 


2 


Amanda Emily Mercurio 


10 


Isabelle Kate Hooper 


11 


Danforth Ballou Lincoln 


12 


Nadine S. Polito 


13 


Richard J. Sullivan 


15 


George F. Fellows 


18 


Patricia A. Litchfield 


20 


Ruth Chute 


21 


Herbert Pratt Bates 


27 


Estelle May Kenney 



66 


1 


7 


67 


4 


28 


69 


6 


3 


87 


9 


6 


72 


10 


25 


39 


7 


2 


85 


6 


18 


88 


10 


3 


75 


2 


12 


78 


11 


19 


73 


5 


1 


90 


8 


11 


75 


11 


23 


76 


11 


30 


85 


5 


7 


88 


11 


26 


89 


3 


13 


63 


11 


14 


75 


3 





74 


2 


27 


90 


3 


1 


54 


5 


12 


89 


9 


23 


90 


9 


15 


83 


9 


19 


89 


8 


29 


82 





9 


94 


7 


10 


68 


4 


25 


91 


6 


3 


68 





19 
16 


93 


1 


25 


88 


8 


17 


65 


5 


19 


53 


2 


11 


81 


4 


6 


47 


4 


21 


81 


1 


18 


78 


8 


1 


81 


1 


30 



— 152 



August 
1 

4 

8 
11 
20 
21 
23 
25 
28 

September 
6 
12 
13 
15 
17 
19 
24 
26 

October 

2 

7 

10 
15 
25 

November 

10 

16 

17 
20 
27 
30 

December 

2 

4 

6 
11 
17 
17 



Nathalie H. Burkinshaw 
Pearl Maher 
Nancy M. Koines 
Helen G. Livingstone 
Helen Ruth Mortenson 
Jessie M. Ward 
Doris Augusta Bailey 
Harry M. Silvia 
Michael Mitchell 

Kenneth Souther 
Margaret McNamara 
Clark Nye Young 
Nina Emmaline Hopkins 
Mary Ellen Clancy 
Rita Young Freedman 
Helen F. Callahan 
Robert Edward McArthur 

Mildred B. Rencurrel 
Mary Agnes Chase 
Bessie D. Quackenbush 
Lester Francis Dolan 
Barbara Meallo 

Beatrice King 
Hugh Munro 
Bernard Hart Mulcahy 
Eleanor Clarke Downie 
Mildred Beal 
Elmer Hale Pratt 

Frances Leone 
Tharsilla Kramer 
Martha Leikus 
Daniel J. Flynn 
Samuel Wakeman 
Stephen Pagliaro 



76 


1 


10 


61 


9 


7 


77 





29 


86 


10 


20 


59 


7 


27 


78 


9 


16 


75 


10 





62 


2 


15 


81 


3 


18 


72 


5 





96 


7 


1 


84 


6 


2 


81 


11 


23 


93 


2 


25 


60 


10 


26 


87 


1 


9 


52 


4 


9 


85 


7 


11 


89 


2 


4 


89 


5 


9 


93 


7 


3 


85 


8 


1 


96 


1 


10 


60 


10 


25 


79 


1 


20 


91 


8 


9 


82 


4 


11 


77 


11 


1 


82 


1 


4 


95 


6 


10 


79 


2 


5 


91 


7 


8 


78 


11 


17 


98 


9 


21 



Date 


Name 


1985 
July 
12 


Winifred E. Greene 


October 
3 
26 


Idella Horsefield 
Phillip T. Donnell, Jr. 


November 
18 


Mabel Larson 



DEATHS NOT BEFORE REPORTED 

Years 



61 



70 
30 

78 



Months 



Days 

23 

25 
9 

27 



153- 



December 

10 

11 

17 

26 

30 



Kenneth E. Thayer 
Maria Laura Mello 
Viola Racette 
Kathryn J. McColl 
Malcolm Hall Stevens 



67 


5 


28 


94 


2 


3 


78 





29 


98 


4 


7 


83 


8 


29 



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Report of Board of Registrars 

The dates and hours during which the Registrars are in session, and the purposes 
for each session are prescribed by State Law. 

During 1986 these included: 

(1) Registration of new voters prior to Annual and Special Town Meetings, 
State Primary and State Election. 

(2) Certification of nomination papers for Annual Town Election, State 
Primary and State Election. 

(3) Certification of signatures on Initiative Petitions. 

(4) Receive any possible recount petitions. 

(5) Removal of names from the voting Hst based on census returns and other 
data: 

A. Moved out of Town or out of State 

B. Deceased 

C. Notification of registration in other city or 

town. 

A special registration session was held in March at the High School for eighteen 
year olds. In addition numerous calls for registrars to go to private homes or nursing 
homes to register shut-ins and the sick were handled by the registrars. 

One or more registrars are on duty during voting hours at local and state election to 
process absentee ballots and to rule on any registration questions which may arise. 

The board unanimously opposed an initiative petition which would have allowed 
voter registration by mail which Massachusetts voters wisely turned down. 

STATISTICS 

Number of registered voters on January 1 , 1986 5,020 

Number of registered voters on Janaury 1 , 1987 4,828 

Democrats 1 , 199 

Republicans 1 , 153 

Unenrolled 2,476 

The 1986 State Census with Race and Language questions was completed as re- 
quired by Chapter 165 of the Acts of 1985. 

Population of Cohasset as of Janaury 1, 1987 7,220. 

Notices of registration session are posted in the Town Hall, Post Office and other 
prominent locations throughout the town. New voters may also register at the Town 
Clerk's office during regular business hours. Questions concerning registration and cen- 
sus may be directed to the Town Clerk's office. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Board of Registrars 

Burtram J. Pratt, Chairman 

Robert S. Pape 

Alice G. Daunt 

Frances L. Marks, Clerk 



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Board of Assessors 

1986 was another successful year for the Board of Assessors. 

The Board revalued all real and personal property as required by state law and 
received state certification of the tax rate on October 2, 1986, and forwarded the tax 
commitment to the Collector-Treasurer early enough so she did not have to borrow 
money and pay interest. 

Cohasset was the first town on the South Shore to set its tax rate for fiscal 1987, 
despite having to revalue all real and personal property. 

Our valuation base raised $330,103.21 more in fiscal 1987 than in fiscal 1986, an in- 
crease of .04 97o— mostly accounted for by new construction and remodehng valuation 
increases generated by the work of our part-time Appraiser, Leo Hannon. 

The Board thanks Jo-Ann Whittemore, Town Accountant, for her help in setting 
the tax rate and our Administrative Assistant Dorothy Graham and Senior Clerk 
Sandra Murray for their patience and persistence while handling the profusion of forms 
and work necessary to bring the revaluation in "on time." 

Respectfully submitted. 

The Board of Assessors 

Thomas S. Duggan 

Warren S. Pratt 

Michael C. Patrolia 

Capital Budget Committee 

During 1986 the Capital Budget Committee held frequent meetings to consider re- 
quests for Departmental outlays exceeding $10,000 for any given item of capital equip- 
ment. Our recommendations have been discussed orally and have been put in writing 
for the Selectmen, the Advisory Committee and other interested people, including the 
Town Meeting. 

The Capital Budget Committee wishes to express its concern about the following: 

1. We have been receiving requests for very large sums, in the aggregate. A 
substantial increase in our Town debt, and in our taxes, could result if most 
of these large requests are approved at a Town Meeting. We may even need 
to have a Proposition 2 1/2 override, if we wish to go ahead soon with several 
of these large projects. 

2. If our Committee is to function efficiently, we need to know of large proj- 
ects five years in advance. Often we do not get more than one year's ad- 
vance notice. 

3. Several Town Departments continue to be extremely tardy in responding to 
our Committee's requests for written summaries of requests for funds. 

Respectfully submitted. 

The Capital Budget Committee 

Edwin Tebbetts, Chairman 

WilHam Haynes 

Geoffrey Nothnagle 

John Vivian 

Kenneth Wilcox 



156 



560 


$57,924.00 


5,498,658.00 


20 


$ 810.00 


30 


$ 300.00 


178 


$ 4,235.00 


$ 6,977.00 


85 


$ 1,188.00 


$ 1,483.00 


$ 34.50 


$ 1,904.80 


$69,433.30 



Building Department 

The following is a report of the Building Department for the year 1986. 

Building Permits Issued 

Building Permit Fees Paid to Treasurer 

Estimated Cost of Construction for Permits 

Building Inspected for Group Occupancy 
Group Occupancy Fees Paid to Treasurer 
Occupancy Permits 
Fees for Occupancy Permits 

Plumbing Permits Issued 

Plumbing Inspector Paid for Services 

Plumbing Fees Paid to Treasurer 

Gas Permits Issued 

Gas Inspector Paid for Services 

Gas Fees Paid to Treasurer 

Fees Collected for Use of Copy Machine 
Zoning Maps & Bylaws Fees Collected 

TOTAL AMOUNT OF FEES COLLECTED 

This past year has been a busy one in the Building Department with a total of 560 
building permits issued. Fees collected and turned over to the town are up approxi- 
mately twelve per cent. Our work load increased this year because we now have Federal 
flood maps and there has been a tremendous increase in renovations and equity loans, 
all of which go through the Building Department. 

I would like to express my appreciation to all Town Boards, Departments and 
Committees for their assistance and cooperation in the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Donald G. Robbins 
Building Jnspector/ Zoning Officer 



Drainage Advisory Committee 

During 1986, the Drainage Advisory Committee provided comments and recom- 
mendations pertaining to existing drainage problems. 

On September 17, 1986, Walter Ross was reappointed to the committee. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Thomas Cook, Chairman 

Penelope Kern, Secretary 

Lyle Branagan 

Thomas Cowan 

Walter Ross 



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Constitutional Bicentennial Committee 

The year 1986 marked the beginning— in Cohasset— of the nationwide observance 
honoring the Bicentennial of the American Constitution. The founding document of 
our nation was framed, written and signed at the Constitutional Convention held in 
Philadelphia two hundred years ago. Growing out of the need to change the Articles of 
Confederation which had governed the United States in the first years after the Revolu- 
tion, our new national Constitution was the product of the most briUiant minds to be 
found in the new and strugghng nation. Today, our Constitution provides the citizens 
of this nation with the most remarkable form of government and the most far-reaching 
guarantees of liberty and justice to be found in any nation of the world. Events which 
occurred in the United States during the year 1786 helped pave the way for the framing 
of a new national Constitution. In September of that year a convention assembled in 
AnnapoUs to call for a meeting of delegates from all states to effect changes in the Ar- 
ticles of Confederation. The AnnapoUs convention is considered the forerunner of the 
Constitutional Convention. In the latter months of 1786 a disturbance occurred in 
western Massachusetts which profoundly affected citizens who pondered the growing 
difficulties which seemed to afflict their new nation. History calls that event "Shays' 
Rebellion," and it was an event which dramatically underscored the need for a revital- 
ized and strengthened national Constitution. In 1786 a move was afoot among 
Americans to estabUsh a strong republic that would endure. The remarkable document 
which would emerge from the Constitutional Convention the following year has 
withstood the test of time and is the crowning achievement of the founders of our na- 
tion. We honor our Constitution for the blessings of hberty and justice under law which 

it provides for all citizens. . , „. , , ^, . 

David Wadsworth, Chairman 

U. S. Constitution Bicentennial Committee 

The Cohasset Constitutional Bicentennial Committee is the Town's appointed 
agency working to encourage and direct local participation in the nationwide obser- 
vance of the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution. Estabhshed in mid- 1986 
and due to continue through the end of the national Bicentennial celebration in 1991, 
your local committee seeks to promote pubHc awareness of our American Constitution 
and an appreciation of its importance in the lives of all citizens. The National Bicenten- 
nial Commission, headquartered in Washington, D.C. is chaired by retired Supreme 
Court Chief Justice Warren E. Burger. 

Through the efforts of the Cohasset Constitutional Bicentennial Committee, our 
town has been officially accepted as a Designated Bicentennial Community by both the 
State and National Bicentennial Commissions, Cohasset was the first South Shore town 
to be so recognized in 1986. Your committee sincerely hopes that individual citizens and 
community organizations will participate in the nation's Constitution Bicentennial by 
appropriate observances. We stand ready to offer assistance and encouragement to 
Cohasset citizens who wish to participate in this important national and town celebra- 
tion. 

Mary Jane E. McArthur Respectfully submitted, 

Agnes McCann David H. Wadsworth, Chairman 

Maxwell Pounder David Chittim, Secretary 

Frank Smith Barbara Dillon 



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Council on Aging 



In response to the growing needs of our senior population, and guided by a town 
wide survey, the Council on aging took a giant step forward in 1986— the opening of the 
Senior Center — located in the Cohasset Community Center. The opening in February 
was highlighted by a week-long Open House offering residents an opportunity to view 
the new facility. 

With the appointment of an experienced director, Kathy Bryanton, to coordinate 
and expand activities, coupled with an ideal location, the Council and its activities 
became more visible and more accessible. 

During 1986 the Council provided many and varied types of services. These services 
included transportation to shopping and medical appointments through the use of the 
Senior Shuttle; legal and health clinics; tax assistance in cooperation with the local 
A.A.R.P.; fuel assistance; a monthly newsletter— SENIOR VISTA: the SENIOR 
CENTER NEWS, a bi-weekly article pubhshed in the Cohasset Mariner: surplus foods 
distributed by the Social Service League volunteers; social programs on a regular 
scheduled basis at the Senior Center and special events, day trips, and luncheons. A hot 
lunch program prepared at the high school is served every Tuesday during the school 
year at the First Parish House at noon. The council also assists in the delivery of meals 
for homebound residents by the Social Service League. 

Putting together a budget for the coming year has required a number of ad- 
justments. With the passage of the Gramm, Rudman, Hollings Act, all Federal funds 
have been eliminated, however, we are exploring the possibility of grant applications 
through the State Executive Office of Elder Affairs to hire a part-time person on a con- 
tractual basis to identify and interview every senior not previously identified by the 
Council. A second grant completed in conjunction with Norwell and Scituate would 
provide funding for transportation of the frail and handicapped elderly, those seventy- 
five years and older, or anyone with physical disabilities. 

The Council on Aging continually makes every effort to respond to requests for 
assistance, either through utilization of our own resources or by making referrals to 
other agencies. We sincerely appreciate the support and guidance given by the Select- 
men's office and the many other Town departments for their continuing support and 
assistance in our first year. The years ahead offer all of us many challenges and many 
opportunities for service. 

Helen Barbary 

Dorothea Bjorkgren 

Mary Donovan 

Betty Enders 

Anthony Finegan 

Jane Hamilton 

Gerard Keating 

Charlotte Leland 

Kathrine McGrath 

Edward Mulvey 

Rev. John J. Keohane, Chairman 

Kathy Bryanton, Senior Center Director 



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Cohasset Cable Televison Council 

The Community Television Council is appointed by the Selectmen and meets 
periodically to review the performance of American Cablesystems in meeting the re- 
quirements of its contract with the Town. We also assist and encourage community 
members to fulfill the goal of effective **pubHc access" to cable television in Cohasset. 

This year seems to have been relatively free of mechanical failures or other 
technical difficulties for subscribers. All complaints made to the company have been 
satisfactorily resolved. 

Cohasset Community Television highlights this year have been the broadcasting of 
Selectmen Meetings, the Cohasset Road Race, Town Meetings, the Chamber of Com- 
merce White Christmas, Fire Department program on residential sprinklers, and weekly 
programs by the Cohasset PubUc Schools. Jeffrey Rhind is the Program Coordinator 
for Cohasset Community Television and may be contacted at 383-0604. Jeffrey teaches 
workshops free of charge at regular intervals to train interested Cohasset residents in the 
use of the studio and portable equipment. The studio and business office for American 
Cablesystems is located at One Stagecoach Way, off South Main Street in Cohasset 
Village. 

Also of interest this year was the providing by the company of two Video Con- 
ferencing Modules (VCM's)— portable T.V. ''studio's" that make it possible to send 
and receive pictures and sound from two remote locations; for example, a classroom 
and the Town Library. This kind of electronic field trip has great educational potential. 
The units are located in the High School and are available for general town use. 

It is the Council's hope that the citizens and town departments of Cohasset will fur- 
ther recognize and use the potential of community television in the coming years. 
Anyone who has interest in, or concerns about, any aspect of Cohasset cable television 
system is encouraged to communicate directly with the Council. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John Packard 



Sewer Commission 

During the year, the Commission continued its efforts towards State approval of its 
Amended Facilities Plan to correct the Waste Water Treatment plant NPDES Permit 
violation. At the years end, approval appeared imminent. 

The plant operating record for 1986 was not as good as for 1985, and the Commis- 
sioners are continuing their efforts to upgrade the plant operation. To this end a new 
grease and sludge transfer pump was purchased and activated during the year. 

Town Meeting approved the purchase of an emergency generator for the High 
School pump station, and it will be in service in the first quarter of 1987. 



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Conservation Commission 

The Cohasset Conservation Commission has been very busy this past year. With in- 
terest rates down, more and more building has taken place. To protect the wetlands the 
Cohasset Conservation Commission has made an agreement with the Building Inspec- 
tor, with the consent of the Board of Selectmen, to require a sign-off by the Commis- 
sion for any new buildings or additions. To accommodate the pubhc on these sign-offs, 
we now meet the first and third Tuesday of each month. This allows the Commission 
the opportunity to view any building that may be taking place within 100 feet of a 
wetland and enables us to better protect these vital areas of our Town. 

To help the public understand what conservation is, we have a pamphlet which ex- 
plains briefly the role of the Conservation Commission. This pamphlet can be picked up 
at the Building Inspector's Office in the Town Hall, the Library, or our office at the 
Bates Building, 43 Elm Street. 

At this time the Commission would Hke to say thanks to those who have worked on 
the board and had to resign in the last year. With GREAT THANKS to H. Richard 
Maichle, Robert Maki and Jeffrie Bettinger. 

The Cohasset Conservation Commission 

Merle S. Brown, Chairman 

Patricia C. Buckley, Vice Chairman 

Austin F. O' Toole 

Laura Doherty 

William H. Parmenter 

Dean Harrold 

James Cox 

Cultural Exchange Committee 

1986 saw the implementation of a resolution by the Board of Selectmen for 
Cohasset to become a sister city with Souppes Sur Loing, France. 

The formal and diplomatic welcome to the official delegates was carried out in 
Cohasset in June 1986 and included a town- wide reception so that all residents could 
meet with Mayor and Mrs. Victor Prudhomme and Mr. arid Mrs. Rene Dine. 

Diane Prudhomme was our first exchange student and stayed with the Terrence 
O'Leary family. 

An eight-person delegation from Cohasset, Mr. and Mrs. Chfford Mitman, Jr.; 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pearce, Dr. and Mrs. John Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Keim 
was received in Souppes in October 1986, ending the formalities and opening up the two 
towns to open-family exchanges. 

The Cultural Exchange Committee will remain busy acting as a conduit for those 
residents of either town wishing to make an exchange of any kind. In addition, slide 
shows for the school and town groups are being developed and an emphasis on the 
French language, in particular, and the delightful advantages of Cultural Exchange for 
all are being promoted. 

It is with thanks to every committee member and the enthusiastic support of many 
Cohasset residents that we end this year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Judith S. Keim, Chairman 



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Disposal Area Study Committee 

The Study Committee has continued to move in the direction which it followed in 
1985. We have eliminated two of our previous considerations: 

1 . Curbside collection by independent contractors. 

2. Expansion of present landfill site. 
Both of these proposals would be too expensive. 

We are committed to building a transfer station which will allow us to compact our 
refuse and transport it to a facility which will turn it into energy. Whether to build our 
own transfer station or work with another town to build a regional station is a question 
which we continue to discuss. 

Presently there are three resource recovery plants which we are considering for our 
future disposal. We will soon be deciding which will serve Cohasset most economically 
for the longest period of time. Whichever we choose, we will definitely need a transfer 
station. 

During the past year we have worked with the South Shore Coalition, the State 
Bureau of SoUd Waste, and the Cohasset Board of Health. We have received the results 
of a recent topographic survey which shows there is enough space left at the Cedar 
Street landfill to last through 1996. We strongly recommend that we save at least half of 
this space for the future, in case there should be any problems with the shutdown of 
either a recovery plant or a transfer station. 

After numerous discussions with various experts in the soUd waste field, recycling 
emerges as the major factor around which to plan our disposal future. Every pound of 
refuse that we can recycle saves us money. The future costs of disposal in Cohasset will 
be expensive. The more recychng we can do, the less expensive our trash disposal will 
be. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Priscilla Tebbetts, Chairperson 

Eleanor Smith 

Donna French 

Jeff Power 

Anson Whealler 

Arthur Pompeo 

Donald DeMichele 



Report of the 
Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project 

The Commissioners of the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project are pleased 
to submit the following report of our activities during 1986. 

The Project is a special district created by the State Legislature in 1957, and is now 
composed of 22 Plymouth County towns, the City of Brockton, and the Town of Cohasset 
in Norfolk County. The Project is a regional response to a regional problem and pro- 
vides a way of organizing specialized equipment, specially trained employees, and mos- 



162 



quito control professionals into a single agency with a broad geographical area of respon- 
sibility. The Project contmues to provide environmentally sound mosquito control without 
any increase in per capita cost. 

Calendar year 1986 was a milestone year. This year the Project finally achieved 
the staffing and equipage goals that were set in 1980. Certainly, challenges both new 
and famiUar continue, but with the present staff and equipment, increases in both ef- 
ficacy and efficiency can be expected. Indeed, sharp increases are apparent already in 
many of our program measures when compared with last year. 

The threat of the mosquito transmitted disease. Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), 
was low in 1986. There was some concern that a late season surge in summer freshwater 
mosquitoes (Aedes Vexans) might result in transmission of the virus to people and some 
stepped-up spraying was carried out in areas where the mosquitoes were most abun- 
dant. No horse or human cases occurred. The recurring problem of EEE in Southeastern 
Massachusetts has led to an ever-increasing level of cooperation between this Project 
and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. 

Highlights of 1986 include the development of an improved ground to Aircraft Com- 
munications System, the installation of a new Ford Backhoe on our Bombadier Trac- 
tor, the issuance of a permit by the U.S. Army Corp. of Engineers to construct ponds 
and ditches for mosquito control on the tide marsh, the first use of a high volume spray 
system for appUcation of extremely diluted insecticides, the purchase and use of a Kubota 
KH170L Backhoe, and the accomphshment of a three fold increase in the construction 
of ponds and ditches above 1985 levels. 

The figures specific to the Town of Cohasset are given below. While mosquitoes 
do not respect town lines, the information given below does provide a tally of the ac- 
tivities which have had the greatest impact on the health and comfort of Cohasset 
residents. 

1. Insecticide Application. 7,175 acres were treated using truck mounted sprayers for 
control of adult mosquitoes. More than one application was made to the same site 
if mosquitoes reinvaded the area. The first treatments were made in May and the 
last in September. 

Finally, we have been tracking complaint response time, that is the time between 
notice of a mosquito problem and response by one of our inspectors. The complaint 
response time for Cohasset was less than three days. 

We encourage citizens or municipal officials to call our office for information about 
mosquitoes, mosquito-borne diseases, control practices, or any other matters of concern. 

Commissioners: Kenneth W. Ludlam, Ph.D., 

Frank E. Parris, Chairman Superintendent 

G. Ward Stetson, Vice-Chairman 
Carolyn Brennan, Secretary 
WiUiam J. Mara 
Richard E. Krugger, Sr. 



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Fire Department 



I hereby submit the annual report of the Cohasset Fire Department for 1986. 
A statistical analysis of the Department responses for the year is as follows: 

Structure Fires 87 

Motor Vehicle Accidents 86 

Motor Vehicle Fires 8 

Medical Calls 394 

Brush Fires 59 

Investigations 221 

Assistance 219 

Inspections 538 

Total Responses 1,728 

Mutual Aid 

Rendered 70 

Received 46 

The Fire Department is currently operating the following equipment: 

Engine 2, 1961 Pirsch 750GPM Pumper Engine 
Engine 3, 1979 Farrar/Duplex 1250 GPM Pumper Engine 
Engine 4, 1973 Farrar/Ford 1000 GPM Pumper Engine 
Ladder 1, 1978 Seagrave 100' Aerial Ladder Truck 
Forestry 1, 1982 Farrar/Ford 50 GPM Brush Engine 
Ambulance 28, 1985 Wheeled Coach/Ford Class I Ambulance 
Car 20, 1980 Dodge Diplomat Sedan 

The following is a breakdown of the runs that the ambulance responded to: 

Total Runs 637 

Persons Transported 396 

Persons Treated at Scene 110 

Mutual Aid Rendered 83 

Mutual Aid Received 26 

Total Miles Traveled 1 1,345 

The new pumper authorized by the 1986 Annual Town Meeting was awarded to 
Pierce Manufacturing for a 1987 Pierce Dash 1250 GPM Pumper with delivery expected 
about September 1 . The Self Contained Breathing Apparatus, also authorized by the 
Annual Town Meeting, was purchased on the Plymouth County Fire Chief's Equip- 
ment Bid for a considerable savings. The units were deUvered and training is currently 
underway with the units expected to be in service by February. 

It is with regret that I report that the Attorney General did not approve the Town's 
bylaw requiring automatic sprinklers in new residential construction. However, the 
passage of the Article at Town Meeting has sparked an interest in towns across the 
Commonwealth and I feel it will only be a matter of time until a Town is allowed to pro- 
vide for the safety of its residents. 

I would like to thank the Board of Selectmen, the other Town Boards and Depart- 
ments, and especially the members of the Fire Department for their cooperation and 
support during my first year in Cohasset. Again, Thank you. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Daniel F. Brock 
Chief of Department 

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Police Department 

I hereby submit the Annual Report of the Cohasset Police Department. This report 
includes activities and statistical data from January 1, 1986 through December 31, 1986. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph M. Kealey, Chief 
Cohasset Police Department 



ANNUAL REPORT 
COHASSET POLICE DEPARTMENT 

UNIFORM CRIME REPORT 1986 STATISTICS 

Offense Reported 

Assaults 4 

Breaking & Entering 25 

B & E or Larceny from M/V 16 

Larceny 82 

Larceny of M/V 13 

Vandalism/Malicious Destruction of Property 217 

Motor Vehicle Accidents Investigated 249 

Traffic Citations Issued 1 ,650 

Residential & Business Alarms Answered 750 

Stolen Motor Vehicles Recovered 8 

Bicycles Registered 45 

Official Complaints Received 3,367 

Department Vehicles — Patrol Mileage 153,901 

Special Details 861 



RECORD OF ARRESTS 

Offense 

Abuse Petition 

Alcohol Petition 

Assault & Battery 

Assault/Battery/DW 

Larceny 

Minor in Possession of Alcohol 

Motor Vehicle Violations 

Narcotic Violations 

Operating Under Influence 

Possession Short Lobsters 

Possession Dangerous Weapon 

Protective Custody 

Receiving Stolen Property 

Trespassing 

Unarmed Robbery 

Warrants 



Male 


Female 


2 






3 


2 




3 




3 




34 


2 


9 




3 


2 


20 


3 


3 




1 




38 


6 


1 




1 




1 




66 


6 




Total Arrests- 



209 



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FEES RETURNED TO GENERAL FUND 

Court Fines and Assessments $16,665.00 

Parking Violations 9,620.00 

License Fees 499.00 

Requests for Police Reports 901 .00 

Restitution 410.00 

$28,095.00 



Highway Department 



During the months of January, February and March, we concentrated our efforts 
on snow removal and ice control. Once again, I feel we can all be proud of the job the 
men in my Department and the hired contractors have done in keeping our streets safe 
during the winter months. Cohasset is indeed one of the safest towns for travel after a 
snow storm; and, for that, we can thank these conscientious workers. 

With any break in the weather, my Department worked on the repair and/ or 
replacement of catch basins and connecting pipes. In all, fifteen basins were repaired 
and three new basins and one new manhole were installed. One Hundred and Eighty 
feet of 18 " aluminum pipe and fifty- five feet of 24 " pipe were installed to complete these 
projects. We also replaced a portion of the culvert at Margin Street and Howard 
Gleason Road which had become bothersome since the new water main was installed. 

Once the good weather arrived, we started our program of road sweeping. Every 
street was swept and cleaned of the build-up of sand and general winter debris. During 
the following months the sweeper was out frequently keeping the streets clean. 

With the monies appropriated at the Annual Town Meeting we resurfaced North 
Main Street with 903 tons of asphalt and Jerusalem Road with 987 tons. We also resur- 
faced 2800 feet of sidewalk. Various roads were repaired by grader-patching using 560 
tons of asphalt. Last year we were unable to surface treat various roads because of Hur- 
ricane Gloria. This year, however, we were able to continue this important project, 
using 9200 gallons of MC 800 on various roads. 

During the year my Department also painted all fences and replaced or repaired 
signs where needed. 

With funds raised at the Annual Town Meeting, we purchased a new one-ton 4x4 
dump truck and a new roller, these new pieces of equipment are welcomed additions to 
my department. 

In closing, I would hke to extend special thanks to my men. A special thanks to 
Stephen Wigmore of the Wire Department, Ben Curley of the Water Department, and 
Peter Laugelle of the Tree & Park Department for their continued support and coopera- 
tion. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Harold W. Litchfield 
Highway Surveyor 



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Cohasset Harbor Committee 

During 1986, the Harbor Committee continued to investigate and make recommen- 
dations to increase safe utilization of the harbor for all interests and provide for fair and 
effective administration. Several of the more significant items were: 

Recommended placing speed limit, restricted swimming and anchoring signs at the 
entrance to the channel to the harbor, to increase enforcement of those restrictions and 
generally to promote greater safety in and around the channel. Serious safety hazards 
continue to exist especially due to the increasing numbers of larger out-of-town boats 
landing and anchoring on the Bassings Beach side of the channel. Typically those 
boaters allow their boats to protrude well into the channel and permit their children also 
to swim in the channel. This creates serious safety hazards in the very narrow and con- 
gested channel. This recommendation will be acted on by the Harbormaster for this 
coming boating season. 

Recommended that a grid plan of the harbor be established in preparation for 
dredging of the harbor which is to be done this year or next. Since the mooring stones 
must be removed for dredging, a grid plan will permit replacing the mooring stones 
quickly and accurately. Most important is that the grid plan will permit the Harbor- 
master to accurately relocate existing moorings, in accordance with safe mooring prac- 
tices, with the objective to safely add more moorings. The Harbormaster has included 
this project in his budget for the next fiscal year. 

Proposed to the Board of Selectmen, that the Town build and operate a 72-slip 
marina and 40-car parking lot with the 215-foot section of land on Margin Street which 
the Yankee Companies agreed to lease to the town for one dollar a year for twenty years 
as a condition of their receiving a zoning variance to use the main building of the former 
Cox Estate for commercial purposes in the residentially zoned area. Despite the stated 
significant benefits available to the town with this proposed project, there was sufficient 
opposition from several neighbors and those few whose moorings would have to be 
relocated that it appears that the Committee will withdraw the proposal. 

The Committee wishes to pubhcly express its appreciation and gratitude to a group 
of citizens who devoted their expertise and much time and effort in researching and 
developing the information and ideas incorporated into this Committee's Marina Pro- 
posal referred to above. Those dedicated citizens are: Charles Fink, former Harbor 
Committee member and Chairman; L. Emmett Holt, Burk Ketchem, Robert Sturdy, 
Sam Wakeman and Allen Weisenfluh. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Fritz Pfaffmann, Chairman 

A. J. Antoine, Vice Chairman 

Harry St. Onge, Secretary 

Herbert Jason 

Peter Laugelle 

Harry Ritter, Harbormaster 

William Stone 



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Harbor Department 

As Harbormaster for the Town since 1968, I hereby submit my last report to the 
citizens of the Town. Being Harbormaster for such an extended period of time, I have 
experienced much personal satisfaction and also some frustration. 

It has always been my intent to look out for the best interests of all — not any par- 
ticular group or individuals. We are all aware that the demands on the harbor for moor- 
ing spaces are tenfold the availabihty, and on many occasions I have been in court to 
protect the Town's interest and the interest of those who abide by the Harbor Bylaws, 
Mooring Regulations and the waiting Ust procedure. 

From the storm of 78, as well as hurricanes. Northeast storms, drownings, ac- 
cidents, search and rescue operations, boat sinkings, salvaging of boats that have 
broken away from their moorings; for all these and more, I owe a great debt of 
gratitude for the many man hours of those people who assisted me and this department 
in time of need. It must be noted that Cohasset is very fortunate to have department 
heads who are wiUing to assist each other. It has made it much easier to accomplish a 
given project at great savings costwise and timewise. This spirit of cooperation is 
unknown to some and overlooked or taken for granted by others. 

To the many committees I have been associated with, from the Harbor Study Com- 
mittee and Advisory Board to all the others, I extend my sincere thanks for the many 
hours they have served over the years without compensation and always looking out for 
the best interests of the Town. 

As I look back over the years and look forward to retirement, I want to thank each 
and every one of you for the privilege and honor of being able to serve you as Harbor- 
master. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Harry H. Ritter 
Harbormaster 



Government Island Study Committee 

This Committee, which is entirely volunteer, was established in 1946 by the 
residents of the Town. We have no budget. The Committee made up of seven persons 
acts in an advisory capacity to the Board of Selectmen who will, if possible, authorize 
any expenditure or make recommendations to Town Meeting to be voted on by you, the 
voters. 

During 1986 we held three meetings to discuss: 

1 . Election of Officers 

2. The Edwin A. Young Memorial 

3. The condition of the Island. 

4. Other matters pertinent to the Island. 

The Edwin A. Young Memorial marker is now a reahty and by the time you read 
this report it will be completed. The Committee recommends that you visit the Island 
and see this memorial to an individual who loved the Town and gave unending hours to 
various activities pertaining to Cohasset. The Committee also suggests that you walk the 
Island and appreciate its beauty and historical significance. 



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We on the Committee feel that the Island is one of the Towns greatest 
assets — historically, commercially and recreationally. We want it to be used, ap- 
preciated and loved by everyone — townspeople and visitors. 

Again I wish to thank the Committee members for their attendance, interest and 
support. As I have said many times before, this is a group of volunteers and it takes a 
certain type of individual to assume this responsibility. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman 

Vivian McCormack, Secretary 

Richard P. Barrow 

Robert W. Davenport 

Edward J. Figueiredo 

Noel A. Ripley 

Harry H. Ritter 



Historical Commission 

After a number of years of planning, fund raising and deligent work, The Cap- 
tains' Walk is finished. It is indeed a tribute to a community- wide effort. The people in- 
volved with the project deserve a good deal of thanks for providing this informative, 
historic, recreational tribute to the Town of Cohasset. The Captains' Walk starts at 
Government Island and basically extends the perimeter of the harbor. It depicts 
Cohasset Harbor as it existed one hundred years ago when the area was the center of ac- 
tivity and commerce for the Town. It is divided into ten stations with each stop briefly 
explaining the significance of the history of the area. There are three master maps 
graphically describing the harbor, so as to make the walking tour self-explanatory. The 
ultimate goal of The Captains' Walk is to stimulate an awareness, pride and interest in 
the harbor. The Cohasset Historical Commission offers a sincere invitation to everyone 
to partake in a pleasant hour's walk around the harbor and perhaps learn a httle more 
of the history of the Town. 

The Commission is interested in future projects with the Cohasset School System to 
help the children become more aware of the growth and history of their community. We 
are continuing our ongoing inventory of the historic assets of the Town. The next phase 
of research will include the significant Victorian houses of the community. The primary 
purpose of the Cohasset Historical Commission is to help preserve the character and 
flavor of the Town. We welcome concerned citizens to our meetings and encourage 
public participation. Our regular meetings are held in the Town Hall on the first Mon- 
day of the month. We are particularly interested in worthwhile new projects concerning 
restoration, identification and preservation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Noel Ripley, Chairman 

Elizabeth Enders, Secretary 

Patricia Murphy 

Grace Tuckerman 

Linda Wakeman 

David Wadsworth 



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Cohasset Common Historic District Commission 

During 1986 the Commission received and acted on Thirteen appHcations for cer- 
tifications of work to be done in the district. 

Gordon Stevenson left the Commission, Bim Holt became a full member and 
Marian Atkinson was appointed an alternate. 

Jim Sandell and Don Evans agreed to continue as chairman and vice chairman. 

Hubert Van Der Lugt accepted another three year term as alternate and agreed to 
continue as secretary. 

The Commission continued to work closely with the various town officials, the 
residents of the Town and of the District in particular. 

The Commission encourages all residents of Cohasset interested in the activities of 
the Commission to attend the monthly meetings which are held as a rule at 8:00 P.M. on 
the first Tuesday of each month at the Town Hall. 

The Commission is grateful to Gordon Stevenson for his contributions to the work 
of the Commission both as a regular member and as a past chairman. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James Sandell, Chairman 

Donald Evans, Vice Chairman 

Patricia Dean 

L. Emmett Holt 

Joyce Sturdy 

Kathryn Young 

Marian Atkinson, Alternate 

Hubert Van Der Lugt, Alternate and Secretary 

Emergency Preparedness — Civilian Defense 

The past year was relatively quiet as far as local emergencies were concerned. Our 
brush with a small hurricane was just that, and as a precaution all forces were alerted 
and prepared for the worst. Fire, poHce, highway, park, wire, sewer and water depart- 
ments were all standby for any emergency. Cohasset High School was opened for 
evacuees and although only a few made use of the shelter, the school department, along 
with explorers of Post No. 28, BSA, were prepared for an influx. 

A mobile generator is being purchased for use by this department for emergencies 
and other departments when needed. 

The emergency kitchen at Town Hall, to be used for a backup emergency shelter 
for a few people, has been halted to await outcome of Town Hall addition proposal. 

A survey of the entire town, print-out of which is at Cohasset Fire Station, of all in- 
fants, disabled and otherwise handicapped requiring assistance in an emergency, was 
recently completed by Eagle Scout Mark LaVange. This would be of value should we 
need to evacuate a certain area, as well as to firefighters when responding to house 
alarm. 

Thanks to all dedicated people who work so professionally and willingly in helping 
with my responsibilities. 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 
Director 



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Board of Health 

In 1986 Barbara Kern chose not to run for re-election and Sharon Becker became 
the new Board member after the April election. C. Michael Bliss, M.D., was elected 
Chairman with John Burns, D.D.S., becoming the Cleric of the Board. This was the se- 
cond year that Joseph R. Godzik, V.M.D., served as Health Agent for the Town. Carol 
Oteri continued as Administrative Assistant to the Board. 

The Board of Health continues to operate the town landfill. Long range disposal of 
solid waste continues to be studied by the Disposal Area Study Committee. The 
estimated remaining Hfe of the facility is eleven years. This is based on a topographic 
review performed by the consulting engineer. RecycUng of glass, paper and aluminum is 
still a part of the landfill operation. This year the Board purchased its own glass recycl- 
ing bin, saving the $1,157 annual rental fee; and contracting with a new recycUng firm to 
include the cost of glass transportation to the recycling plant saved the town its ap- 
propriation of $1,800, but reduced the revenue return. This decision overall has pro- 
duced a more profitable method of recycling of glass. Poor paper markets have caused 
some problems with recycUng paper. Residents are urged to continue or to start recycl- 
ing which saves space in the landfill. 

A joint Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day was held with the Town of 
Hingham. The collection was partially funded by the state program entitled Operation 
Clean Sweep. The Metropolitan Area Planning Council did most of the administrative 
work including all contract negotiations. Hopefully more funds will be available for 
1987. 

The Board spent much time and effort in amending the site assignment of the 
private landfill which is located in the Water Resource District. The amended site 
assignment required the placement of several monitoring wells and extensive quarterly 
testing of both ground and surface waters. Financial security for landfill closure, con- 
tinued water monitoring, a treatment facility for leachate, and operation and 
maintenance for twenty years once the landfill is closed are also a part of the assign- 
ment. The Board also required the placement of a scale to accurately assess the amount 
of rubbish being deposited. 

The problem of high bacteria counts continues in Cohasset Harbor. While the area 
inside the breakwater is "permanently" closed, the outer area remained closed to clam- 
ming in 1986. Sources of pollution are still being investigated by the Board of Health 
and the Department of Environmental Quahty Engineering (DEQE). The DEQE also 
provided some testing in Little Harbor. Bacteria counts there are generally too high to 
permit harvesting of shellfish. 

In the area of food protection, the Board established a rating system for food serv- 
ice establishments with seats. This merit rating system was designed to be an incentive 
for excellence. Restaurants which maintain prescribed standards will receive an "A" 
rating. Twice a year inspections determine those with the "A" rating. Only two 
establishments received the award during 1986. A training session for restaurants to in- 
troduce the hazard analysis critical control points concept was given by the Health 
Agent during the summer. 

Cohasset had an unusually high incidence of cases of hepatitis B. The Department 
of Public Health's cancer statistics indicate an unexpectedly high number of cases of 
colo-rectal cancer in females. The Health Fair was held in May. Attendance was up con- 
siderably from the previous year. This will become an annual event in the town. 

Following is a summary of revenue collected and income produced annually: 



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Municipal Landfill 

Private Landfill 

Engineering Fees 

Recycling 

Copies 

All others (Licenses, Permits, Fees, 

Percolation Tests, etc.) 
TOTAL 

Board of Health Permits issued: 

Subsurface Disposal (DWCP's) 

New 

Repair 

Renewals 

Septic System Installers 
Septic Haulers 

Trash Deposition 

Trash Haulers 
Business Dump Permits 
Dumpster Service Operators 
Dumpster Permits 
Business Dump Permits 

Animals 

Horse Permits 

Stable Permits 

Goats 

Sheep 

Pigs 

Beef Cow 

Donkey 

Birds (Chickens, Geese, Turkeys, etc.) 

Food 

Frozen Desserts 

Milk & Cream 

Food Service 

Retail Food 

Catering 

Mobile Food Service 

Massage Licenses 

Pools 

Sandblasting Permits 

Suntanning Establishments 

Funeral Directors 



1986 


1985 


$22,965.50 ! 


U5,463.00 


23,925.50 


27,627.50 


2,055.00 


1,312.50 


385.60 


1,601.85 


285.29 


275.20 


14,395.00 


6,171.00 


64,011.89 


52,451.05 


1986 


1985 


11 


16 


38 


20 


2 


2 


27 


24 


11 


9 


6 


7 


14 


13 


7 


7 


56 


32 


14 




11 


27 


5 


9 


3 


4 




3 


3 


3 


1 


1 




1 


1 


1 


4 


5 


21 


6 


24 


25 


22 


23 


3 


3 


4 


3 


2 


2 


1 


1 


5 


7 


2 


2 


1 


-0- 



Respectfully submitted. 

Dr. C. Michael Bliss, M.D., Chairman 

Sharon Becker, Member of the Board 

Dr. John Burns, D.D.S., Clerk 



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Hazardous Material Advisory Committee 

Cohasset held its second household hazardous waste collection on Saturday, 
November 22, 1986, at the Station Street parking lot in Hingham. This year's collection 
was held jointly with Hingham under a program set up through a new State program 
'Operation Clean Sweep '86.' The total amount of money granted to the two com- 
munities for our collection day was $3,500. Cohasset had appropriated $7,000 and 
Hingham $15,000 for a total of over $30,000 available to fund the collection. 

The contracted hazardous waste hauler. Northeast Solvents, Inc., of Andover, col- 
lected fifty-seven barrels of various chemicals from over one hundred fifty Hingham 
and Cohasset households between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Substances 
most frequently brought in for disposal were paints, cleaning agents, pesticides, solvents 
and flammables. The total cost of the collection for the two towns was $18,620. 

Dr. Joseph Godzik, Cohasset Health Agent, was on the site for the duration of the 
collection. Also present to help out was JuUe Brown, the Chairman of the Hingham 
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day Committee. Two students from Nobles 
and Greenough School, including Lindsay Berents of Cohasset, helped conduct a 
survey of households participating. 

In the absence of a local disposal facility for homeowners, a continuation of the 
collection day program seems advisable. It was very cost effective to have the State pro- 
vide overall planning and supervision through 'Operation Clean Sweep '86.' It appears 
that this is the proper direction for this program to be heading and we recommend that 
Cohasset continue funding for an annual collection day. 

Chartis B. Langmaid, Chairman 



Recycling Committee 

Recycling has been successful for another year and has reduced the amount of 
landfill space used. Citizens continue to support our efforts, and actually seem to enjoy 
our monitor's 'Swap Boutique' as it makes a weekend chore a little less burdensome. 

In 1986 approximately two hundred and seventy tons of paper were shipped to 
Quincy, sixteen tons of crushed glass were shipped to Connecticut and approximately 
five hundred tons of white metal were removed from the landfill. Purchase of a bin for 
glass storage has eliminated the costly rental charge of past years. 

During the summer, Eagle Scout apphcant, Andy Dixson of Hanover, designed, 
raised funds for (with help of returnables), and constructed an office and storage 
building for the Recycling Area as his Eagle Scout Project. We commend him for his ef- 
forts on behalf of the Town. 

The Recycling Committee thanks all citizens who have concerned themselves 
enough to support the effort to reduce our filHng of the landfill area. 

RECYCLING COMMITTEE 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 

Merle S. Brown 

John F. Hubbard 



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Cohasset Housing Authority 

The Cohasset Housing Authority is a state-funded authority and is administered by 
the Cohasset Housing Board. It comprises sixty-four units, four of which are set aside 
for the handicapped and the remaining sixty for the elderly. In 1986 we operated at full 
capacity. The Authority is not a self-sufficient entity and each year we receive funds 
from the State Office of Communities & Development for the maintenance and routine 
repair of the complex. 

This year we completed the renovation of the balconies and the crosswalks under 
PHASE I of the Modernization Grant. We are in the process of initiating the second 
phase which will further improve the appearance of the complex. In addition, energy 
conservation measures were implemented in the form of weatherstripping apartment 
doors, and water saving devices were installed in each apartment. Smoke detectors were 
also installed in building hallways. 

We accepted, with regret, the resignation of Marguerite Libby. Subsequently, John 
Muncey was appointed Chairman. Stephen Wigmore was elected to the Board in April. 

We wish to take this opportunity to express our thanks to the Visiting Nurse 
Association, the Social Service League, the Senior Center and to all other town 
organizations and individuals who have contributed thier support throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John D. Muncey, Chairman 

Ralph Perroncello, Vice Chairman 

Leo J. Happenny, Treasurer 

Kathleen M. Conte, Assistant Treasurer 

Stephen Wigmore, Assistant Secretary 



Fair Housing 

The Fair Housing Committee began its work in September, 1986, electing the Rev. 
E. Clifford Cutler, Chairman and Patrick A. Plante, Secretary. Matthew G. Spear of 
the Norfolk County District Attorney's Civil Rights Unit met with the Committee in 
October to discuss purpose and the initial task of developing a community profile and 
assessment of needs. The Committee has set May 1 as a target date for completion of 
this work along with an action plan. The purpose of Fair Housing is the promotion of 
equal choice and access to housing for all persons, taking whatever steps are necessary 
and appropriate to prevent discrimination because of race, color, creed, sex, age, 
natural origin, or physical handicap. Fair Housing is a response to Executive Order No. 
74, as amended and revised by Executive Order No. 1 16 (Governor's Code of Fair Prac- 
tices). 

Reverend Clifford E. Cutler 

Daniel C. Cotton 

Barbara Froio 

James Gallagher 

Leo Happenny 

Patrick Plante 



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Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

Cohasset is a valued member of the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), 
which consists of 101 cities and towns in the metropolitan Boston area. Cohasset's con- 
tribution of 18.1 per capita (for this year, $1,301) helped to provide technical assistance 
to Cohasset and other member communities. With Cohasset's participation, the Coun- 
cil was able to continue its involvement in land use, economic development, housing, 
transportation and environmental preservation issues, forming and implementing 
policies which benefit the metropolitan region. 

Although the Town of Cohasset requested no specific technical assistance during 
1986, it did however benefit from the following regional plans, policies and programs: 

— the update of the statewide MDPW State Highways Map; 

— update of the Transportation Improvement Program, required to main- 
tain eligibility for Federal highway funds; 

— a study of Route 128 and surrounding communities, still in progress; 

— the study of the shortfall of local funds for roadway maintenance; 

— the Traffic Volume Data File, a comprehensive collection of traffic 
volume counts and other information useful to highway planning 
departments and other engineers; 

— MAPC's Pavement Management Manual, a project to help highway 
superintendents determine how to efficiently expend local roadway 
budgets. 

Several other publications were also produced by MAPC which were also beneficial 
to Cohasset. Inclusionary Housing and Linkage Programs in Metropolitan Boston, a 
useful guide for communities concerned with the issues of affordable housing. The 
Community Profile Series, published by MAPC's Economic Development and Data 
Analysis department, contains demographic data, including population and employ- 
ment projections, municipal finances, industrial and commercial surveys, land use maps 
(with comparisons to 1950), and other information for Cohasset, as well as 100 other 
communities. 

As the Cohasset MAPC representative, it has been a pleasure participating in some 
of the planning issues that involve the Town and its 100 neighboring communities in the 
metropolitan Boston area. 

Sincerely, 

Martha Gjesteby 
MAPC Representative 



Paul Pratt Memorial Library 

The Library Trustees met at least monthly throughout the year to consider and act 
on full agenda, including personnel issues; building maintenance issues; programs and 
services; management of trust funds; cooperation with the Friends of the Cohasset 
Library to improve services; continued development of the Old Colony Library Net- 
work, a 21 -town computerized Hbrary system; and relations with the School Depart- 
ment and officials at town hall. In accordance with the Open Meeting Law, all meetings 
were open to the public. 



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The Chief Librarian prepared a report for the Trustees which estimated that the 
number of professional contacts with hbrary users was 660 per week, and that the 
number of clerical transactions (many of which will be automated) are over 13,000 per 
week. 

In August, Jo Ann Mitchell resigned from the staff after almost ten years service to 
take another library position. The Trustees gave her a letter of appreciation for her fine 
work. 

In August, the Trustees reported to major donors to the Evelyn Wood Memorial 
Fund, estabhshed in 1983, that contributions to the Fund have totalled $8,150 from 59 
persons. Income from this Fund is used to add outstanding books to the Library. 

In October, the Trustees formally voted to join Old Colony Library Network, and 
to sign the Network Agreement, which spells out benefits and costs. The Library will be 
changing over to the computerized system over the next few months. 

The Trustees have expressed the gratitude of the community to donors of the 
following gifts: 

* In memory of Evelyn Wood $1,000 from Dorothy C. Wallace; 

* From BayBank of Cohasset $400; 

* In memory of Rita Freedman from Amateur Gardeners of Cohasset; 

* In memory of Ruth S. Chute from Cohasset Garden Club; 

* In memory of Kenneth Souther from Parker Schofield; 

* In memory of Robert McArthur from Parker Schofield; 

* In memory of Sam Maletz from Mr. and Mrs. James Shumaker; 

* In memory of Harry Silvia from Parker Schofield; 

* In memory of Desiree Yess from the John Campbell Family; 

* In memory of Edgar Hill from Parker Schofield; 

The Trustees wish to thank the Friends of the Cohasset Library, Linda Wakeman, 
President, for strengthening the Library in many ways. Under the leadership of Peggy 
Soltesz, 42 volunteers have been recruited, trained and scheduled to give 2200 hours of 
assistance in the Library. Financial support of Library programs from the Friends in- 
cludes purchase of family passes to the Museum of Fine Arts; Museum of Science; New 
England Aquarium; Children's Museum; Harvard University Museums of Natural 
History; and Plimouth Plantation. Residents may reserve these passes for free use by 
calhng the Library. The Friends have given funds for library books, to support the sum- 
mer reading program for children, and a special program for children co-sponsored by 
the Parent-School Organization. 

Development and Use of the Collections July 1985 — June 1986 



Adult nonfiction 

Adult fiction 

Children's books 

Audiovisual materials — Adult 

Audiovisual materials — Children 

Periodical subscriptions + 50 gifts 

Museum memberships 

Films from the Regional Library System 

Audiovisual equipment 

TOTAL LOANS FOR HOME USE 







Total 


Loans for 


based 


Withdrawn 


Holdings 


Home Use 


1,633 


1,576 


26,519 


19,388 


982 


995 


9,823 


28,685 


1,013 


851 


13,995 


27,387 


4 


29 


977 


304 


63 


48 


747 


924 


150 




200 


10,428 






5 


424 
58 






8 


45 
87,643 



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During 1986, 381 adults and 152 children registered as new borrowers. Of these, 
132 were from towns other than Cohasset. 

Richard E. Hayes 
Chief Librarian 



Recreation Department 

It is with distinct pleasure that the report of the Recreation Department is submit- 
ted to the residents and Board of Selectmen of Cohasset. During Fiscal Year 1986, 6,191 
individuals of all ages participated in various structured recreation programs, special 
events and activities. As in past years, we are indebted to the increasing number of adult 
volunteers who have given generously of time, effort and expertise essential to the con- 
duct of many programs that budget restrictions would otherwise render impossible to 
operate. 

Utilization of the Revolving Account Fund for self-supporting programs continues 
to allow the operation of a number of adult and children's specialized programs. During 
Fiscal 1986, a total of $13,535.20 flowed through the Revolving Account affording us 
the ability to conduct a number of programs, ski trips, and lessons. While there are 
strict criteria for use and qualifications for Revolving Fund programs, the programs 
conducted through the fund have no reflection on the tax dollar. In other words, the 
program participants alone pay 100% of the program cost via per capita fee charges. 

Not unhke the Revolving Account Fund are direct vendor payments which also do 
not reflect in the tax dollar. Approximately $9,000.00 of programs, trips, and special 
events were conducted in this manner during Fiscal 1986. 

A number of programs are conducted through the Recreation Commission's an- 
nual budget. Most programs have a minimal fee of five to ten dollars per participant, 
and in the case of children's programs, a 50 percent discount for subsequent children in 
the same family is offered in most cases. 

Through program fees during Fiscal 1986, the Recreation Department turned over 
to the General Fund of the Town $7,869.00. Monies turned over to the General Fund 
from recreation fee charges are not for future use by the Recreation Department. 
Rather, these monies are to offset the tax rate during the following Fiscal Year, hence of 
benefit to each tax payer of Cohasset. 

An additional sum of $20,456.00 was turned over to the General Fund during 
Fiscal 1986, via fees from Facility Permits. The figure $20,456.00 is $1 ,258.00 more than 
Facility Permit Fees collected during Fiscal 1985. Annual issuance generally begins the 
first Monday in June, and continues through mid- July. The Fiscal year ends June 30 
each year; hence, the number of individuals who obtain permits before July 1 of each 
year have a direct reflection on fees collected each Fiscal Year, Therefore, every two 
year period would reflect the average annual amount of fees collected. Fiscal Year's 
1985, and 1986, indicate the average to be $19,827.00. 

Each year we find ourselves indebted to various individuals, town boards and town 
departments for their continuing assistance and support. This year is no different and 
our gratitude is expressed to all those who have lent a hand to aid us with our projects 
and activities. 

Due to the extraordinary utilization twelve months of the year of the Beechwood 
Play area, the Recreation Commission is currently in the process of lighting the area. 
Lights will be placed so as not to offend area residents and will be on a timer which will 
cut them off before 10:00 p.m. during the Spring and Summer months, and earUer dur- 



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ing Fall and Winter months. While the area is conducive to a number of sports and ac- 
tivities, the primary use seems to be basketball and street hockey. 

As previously mentioned, volunteers of all ages have made a great number of pro- 
grams possible that would not otherwise be so if we had to rely on budget monies to 
conduct all programs. Each year there are well over 100 volunteers who come forth to 
help with various programs such as soccer, basketball leagues, special chnics, and 
numerous events. To give an idea of the impact volunteers have within our structure, it 
would be necessary, if each volunteer were paid $5.00 an hour for services, to quadruple 
our total program salary budget. We all owe a debt of gratitude to the people who 
donate their Saturdays, evenings and even hoUdays to provide leadership, structure and 
expertise for our children and programs. 

The Recreation Commission, ever persistent in their cause of providing leisure serv- 
ices for all aged residents of Cohasset, deserve special gratitude for their volunteer ser- 
vice to our community. Current members are: Richard P. Barrow, Chairman; Robert 
G. Beggan, Vice-Chairman; Mary K. Muncey, Secretary; Gerard A. Buckley, Terry E. 
Duggan, Alna L. Ekberg, and Peter G. Laugelle, members. 

Individually, each member of the Recreation Commission brings with them special 
areas of expertise, interest and knowledge. Collectively, they afford the Town of 
Cohasset a wide spectrum of talent and input. They join me with thanks for your con- 
tinued support of our programs, activities and services. We will try to continue to meet 
the dynamic needs of our community and welcome feedback and input from any resi- 
dent. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John M. Worley 
Director of Recreation 



Tree, Park and Cemetery Department 

The Tree and Park Department maintains all grounds, parks, commons and 
cemeteries in the town. The department has had a busy spring, summer and fall main- 
taining grounds, as it was an unusually wet year. Also, we had several wind and snow 
storms that caused some damage in town. 

The Tree and Park Department does at least one Capital Outlay Project a year and 
this year refurbished the practice field at Milliken Field. The Department added over 
300 yards of loam. 

The Cemetery Department also had an unusually busy year due to a twenty-two per 
cent increase in grave openings over last year. 

The Tree, Park and Cemetery Department would like to thank the departments 
that have assisted us during the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Peter G. Laugelle 
Superintendent 



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Personnel Committee 

On July 1, 1986 a revised classification/compensation plan and revised by-laws 
governing benefits for non-unionized employees went into effect. These revisions were 
the result of a four month study conducted by Caleb Marsh and Associates, Inc. of 
Hingham, Mass. A copy of the study and its recommendations is on file in the Select- 
men's office. 

The Committee adopted, also, an educational assistance pohcy. This poHcy en- 
courages and supports departmental budgeting for employee participation in programs 
for improved job effectiveness and promotional opportunities. 

Following very thorough research based upon regional information, the Commit- 
tee recommends a 3.5 percent cost of living adjustment for fiscal year 1988 to the pay 
rates for non-unionized employees. 

We wish to thank all the department heads and employees for their cooperation 
with the consultants during the study period. We are especially grateful to Sally Lin- 
coln, Assistant Treasurer, for the compilation of payroll statistics required by the con- 
sultants. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles Douglas 

Michael Howley 

Rita Strong 

Janet Daggett, Chairman 



Planning Board 

The Cohasset Planning Board, under the authority granted to it by Massachusetts 
General Laws Chapter 40A, Chapter 41, and the Cohasset Zoning Bylaws fulfilled the 
following responsibilities in 1986: 

* Reviewed 9 sub-division not required approvals. 

* Reviewed for initial consideration or final approval 5 Site Plans for the 
Highway Business, Light Industry and Downtown Business Districts. 

* Reviewed for initial consideration or final approval, 5 Subdivisions. 

* Continued monitoring of approved Cluster Developments. 

* Appointed two members, Daniel C. Cotton and Patrick Plante, to serve on the 
Cohasset Fair Housing Committee. 

* Proposed for inclusion in the Zoning Bylaws the following changes: 

— establishment of a Water Resource District 

— adoption of the Federal Insurance Rate Maps 

* Revised Common Driveways Rules and Regulations. 

* Developed and adopted revised Subdivision Rules and Regulations. 

Respectfully submitted, 

L. Christine Bassett, Chairperson 
Daniel C. Cotton 
John F. O'Toole 
Patrick A. Plante 
Robert H. Sturdy 



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School Committee 

The past year has been an exciting one for the School Committee as we faced many 
new challenges, particularly in the areas of staff organization and re-assignment within 
our administrative units. As I am sure you are aware, new Superintendent of Schools 
Stephen Hart and new High School Principal Mary Ellen Gallagher were named to their 
positions. In addition to these appointments, the School Committee also named long- 
term High School Principal, Richard Streeter, to the position of assistant superinten- 
dent, and John DeLorenzo was named as assistant to Meg Gallagher at Cohasset 
Junior/Senior High School. 

During the past year, one of the most valuable members of the School Committee 
retired. Mr. John Langmaid, a staunch supporter of education and a dedicated member 
of our committee for nine years, decided not to run again for elected office due to 
health considerations. Jack's loss will be felt greatly by the School Committee and the 
school system. We would Hke, however, to welcome to the School Committee Chris 
Ford, who during his short term with the School Committee, has proven that he will be 
a valuable asset as we face the difficult decisions that the ensuing years will provide. 

A major emphasis of the School Committee will be the continued implementation 
of the provisions of Chapter 188, the Public School Improvement Act of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts. This significant piece of legislation will have continuing 
effect on the quality of education in the Commonwealth. The Committee was pleased to 
note the excellent performance of our students on the first assessment testing which is 
mandated by Chapter 188. As we are well aware, academic achievement is a complex 
process which requires the dedication to excellence of the students, their parents and 
our teaching staff. With the continued support of our teachers, administrators, parents 
and students of the community, we feel confident that the school system will maintain 
its reputation of excellence. 

As Chairman of the School Committee, I would hke to thank all of the members of 
the Committee for the cooperation and professionahsm which they have displayed dur- 
ing this past year. I hope that in the ensuing years, the spirit of cooperation will con- 
tinue, and that we will never lose sight of our primary goal, that is the well-being of the 
children with whose care we have been entrusted by their parents. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph R. Nedrow, Chairman 
Cohasset School Committee 



School Department 



I am pleased to submit my first Annual Report as your Superintendent of Schools. 
Although I had not assumed the Superintendency during the time reflected in this An- 
nual Report, I will try to highlight some of the events that happened during the past 
calendar year. 

The School Committee adopted during the past year a modified attendance policy 
aimed at increasing both students' and parents' awareness of the importance of regular 
school attendance and its impact on student achievement. During the year, the policy 
was reviewed on a number of occasions and when it was deemed appropriate to make 
changes, the School Committee acted upon the recommendations in an expeditious 
manner. During the coming year the policy will be reviewed again, and an updated 
statement will be available for the opening of school in September, 1987. 



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This past year also saw the implementation of Chapter 188, the Educational 
Reform Act in Massachusetts. Two significant aspects of Chapter 188 occurred during 
this year, and they were the acceptance by the Town of the $18,000 minimum salary 
provision of this act as well as the Professional Development grant. School Improve- 
ment Councils were established at both elementary schools. The funds available to the 
Councils were used to purchase more recreational and fitness equipment at the Deer Hill 
School, while at the Joseph Osgood School, they were used to establish curriculum 
enrichment centers within the school. During the 1986-1987 school year, the School Im- 
provement Councils expanded to include the Cohasset Junior/Senior High School. 

Recommended improvements were made to the Junior/Senior High School 
auditorium during the past year which have resulted in the abihty to stage more profes- 
sional productions by our students, and to also improve the facilities for use by the 
Town on other occasions such as the Annual Town Meeting. 

The School Committee has successfully completed negotiations on a three-year 
contract with the C.T.A., and a contract was negotiated with the American Federation 
of State, County, and Municipal Employees who represent the custodial employees of 
the School Department. A three-year contract was also negotiated successfully with the 
secretarial employees. 

During the year, a number of long-term employees retired. These included: Mrs. 
Dorothy Hibbard, a teacher at both the Osgood and the Deer Hill School; Mrs. Rita 
Broderick, secretary for many years at the Joseph Osgood School; John Raccuia and 
Thomas Lucas, teachers at the Junior/Senior High School, and Mrs. Shirley Manna, 
teacher at the Osgood School. I would like to extend my best wishes to two other 
members of the school system who retired after many years in pubhc education. The 
outgoing Superintendent of Schools, Eugene C. Crowell has devoted more than thirty 
years to education and during his six years in Cohasset has always had as his first 
priority the well-being of our students. Mr. Gino DiGirolamo has retired from public 
education after more than twenty-five years of service to young people, the vast majori- 
ty of his time was spent in Cohasset as a teacher, department head, and assistant prin- 
cipal. The dedication of both of these fine men will be greatly missed, but their legacy to 
our youth will be enduring. 

We would be remiss if we did not mention the loss of one of our most valued 
teachers, Mr. Charles Davis, who died November 6, 1985, after having been employed 
within the school district as a teacher and department head for the past twenty-five 
years. This was a great loss to our school community, and Mr. Davis is remembered 
fondly by his colleagues, students, and parents. 

Plans had also been made and a program implemented in this school year for an 
Afterschool Childcare Program. This program is serving approximately seventeen 
students, and we feel that it has been an excellent program for the children and a very 
needed service for a number of our parents in the community. 

As we look forward to future years, we will be facing the challenge of maintaining 
the diversity of our school system in the face of fiscal restraint that has been passed 
down to us for the past few years. 

I am certain that with the support of our teaching staff and the community at large, 
we will be able to continue to provide the sound educational program and educational 
alternatives that we have become accustomed to in Cohasset. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Stephen E. Hart 
Superintendent of Schools 



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PROFILE OF THE CLASS OF 1 987 

Cohasset is a residential community of about 7800 population situated on the coast 20 miles south of Boston. Most of 
the residents are engaged in professional occupations and business in the city of Boston. The town is one of a high 
socio-economic status. 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT - 1986 - 1987 
Grade 9 -87, Grade 10 - 115; Grade 1 1 -130; Grade 12- 103; TOTAL -435 

I.Q. AVERAGE 116 
IOWA TEST OF EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 
The class of 1987 has maintained an average above the 75th %ile for the past 3 years. 

GRADE DISTRIBUTION - based on final grades as Juniors in full-year major academic courses only 



1985-1986 



ABC 

10% 40% 39% 



Average grade index for all students in the Junior Year was 2.46 on a 4 point scale. (A=4; B=3; C=2; D=l) 

Percent of students studying 5 major subjects 89%. 

Students are ranked by the recommendation of the N.A.S.SJ*. and A.A.C.R.A.O. 

ACCREDITATION 

New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools latest accreditation - 1 982. 

ADVANCED EDUCATION (Class of 1986) 



4 Yr. Colleges 


2 Yr. Colleges 






Public Private 


Public Private Nursing & Other 


Work 


Service 


33% 44% 


3% 4% 2% 

86% to further education 


13% 


1% 



STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO: 13-1 (Includes All Professional StafQ 

All English classes limited to 25 or fewer students. All other classes limited to 30 or fewer students. 

AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 21 

Each subject area is grouped homogeneously independently of other subjects. Each discipline has honors grouping; for example, honors 
groups in English, history, mathematics, science and languages. Cohasset is utilizing the following programs - ISCS Science; BSCS Biol- 
ogy; Harvard Project Physics; PSSC Physics, and CHEM Chemistry. We have been a participant in the Advanced Placement Program for the 
past 24 years. This year advanced placement courses will be offered in calculus, English, biology, computer science, European History, 
French, Spanish, and Latin. Language courses employ the use of a language laboratory. 

COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION - JUNIOR YEAR SCORES 



2% 


Average 473 
VERBAL 


S.A.T. 

750-800 
700-749 
650-699 
600-649 
550-599 
500-549 
450-499 
400^49 
350-399 
300-349 
250-299 
200-249 


Average 500 
MATH 


5% 

9% 

7% 

10% 

18% 
15% 
10% 
16% 
7% 
3% 


7% 




10% 






16% 






24% -. 






18% 






15% 






6% 






2% 


- 


— 



Achievement Averages 



Chemistry 603 

English Composition 521 

Math Level 1 590 

Spanish 501 

Each achievement test listed 
above included 1 1 or more 
examinations. 



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ADVANCED PLACEMENT GRADE DISTRIBUTION 
BY EXAM AND MEAN SCORES 



Exam 


5 


4 


3 


2 


1 


Mean Score 


Biology 


3 


2 


3 


1 





3.8 


Calculus AB 


1 


2 


1 


1 





3.6 


Computer Science 








1 


1 





2.5 


English Lang. AComp. 





4 


1 








3.8 


English Lit. & Comp. 


1 


1 


3 


1 





3.3 


European History 


3 


3 


6 


1 





3.6 


French Literature 





1 


1 








3.5 


Latin 











1 





2.0 


Spanish Language 





1 


1 


2 





2.8 



Grade Distribution Summary 



Grade 

5 
4 
3 
2 
I 





Percent 


imber 


of Total 


8 


17% 


14 


30% 


17 


36% 


8 


17% 





0% 


47 


100% 



Combined mean score for all AJ*. Exams taken by Cohasset High 
School Juniors and Seniors in 1986 - 3.47. 

Eighty-three percent (83%) of all exams taken received a score of 
three or better. 



COURSE LEGEND 

The abbreviations below frequently appear on the Cohasset High School transcript. For those not completely familiar with the specifics 
of the Cohasset High School curriculum, the following brief descriptions are provided: 
ENGLISH and SOCIAL STUDIES - GRADE 9 

WSOC/Eng Western Society/En^ish A team taught Humanities program required of all 9th 

WSOC/Soc St . . . .Western Society/ Social Studies Graders with the focus on the history and literature of 

Western Civilization. 
ENGLISH and SOCUL STUDIES - GRADE 10 

ASTDY/Eng . . . .American Study/English A team taught American Studies program required of all 10th 

ASTDY/Soc St. . . .American Study/Social Studies Graders with the focus on American History and Literature. 

The Social Studies portion of this program meets the Ameri- 
can History graduation requirement. 
ENGLISH -GRADE II 

■Ir.W.P Junior Writing Program A one quarter (%), intensive writing course required of all 

Juniors. 

E.C.S. English Communications SkiDs A one quarter (V*) course, stresses grammar, usage, and 

mechanics of laitguage. Strongly recommended for all College 
Preparatory studenti 
SCIENCE 

ISCS III Intermediate Science Curriculum Study A continuation of a Junior High School Science program 

organized around the use of individuiil laboratory investiga- 
tions. The course allows students to proceed at their own pace. 

Physics PSSC . . . J>hysical Science Study Committee An Honors Physics course with equal emphasis on lecture and 

laboratory. 
Physics HPP Harvard Project Ffiysks A multi-avenue approach to the study of Physics with the 

emphasis on individual experiments and observation. 
GENERAL 

Alt Sch Alternative School Program Cohasset High School offers an alternative to the traditional 

program. All courses taught or sipervised by Alternative 

School staff are so indicated on the transcript 



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CLASS RANK and GRADE POINT AVERAGE INFORMATION 

Class Rank and Grade Point Average are calculated by computer at the end of every marking period from Grade 9 
through Grade 12. This information is readily available and students are advised to check their rank in class periodically 
in order to improve upon past performance and to assess their potential for college admissions. 

There are three (3) different ranks in class on file throughout a student's attendance at Cohasset High School. 

1. Current This data ranks students within a grade for the one marking period that is being currently re- 

ported. 

2. Year-to-date This data ranks students within a grade for any one year and includes all completed marking 

periods of that year. 

3. Career This data ranks students within a grade on a cumulative basis from Grade 9 to the most recent 

marking period or through graduation. This Class Rank is included on the High School trans- 
cript. 

Class rank and Grade Point Average are computed through the recognition of course and section difficulty. The five (5) 
levels of difficulty are; 

1 . Level one represents Advanced Placement courses (AP). 

2. Level two represents Honors courses (H). 

3. Level three represents Advanced courses (A). 

4. Level four indicates a College Preparatory course (CP). 

5. Level five indicates a major subject that is not College Preparatory in nature but requires outside preparation 
(General. Basic). 

6. Non-academic electives have no weights and therefore have no bearing on Class Rank or Grade Point Average. 







WEIGHTING SCALE 




CURRICULUM 






LEVELS 


12 3 4 
1 Full Grade 


5 




1 1/3 Grade 2/3 Grade \ Full Grade Full Grade 






Advanced 


General 




Placement Honors Advanced College Preparatory 


or Basic 


. 


18 17 15 12 





A 


9 


A- 


17 16 14 11 


8 


B+ 


16 15 13 10 


7 


B 


15 14 12 9 


6 


B- 


14 13 11 8 


5 


C+ 


13 12 10 7 


4 


C 


12 11 9 6 


3 


C- 


11 10 8 5 


2 


D 


10 8 6 3 


1 


F 








EXAMPLE; A g 


radc of B in an Advanced Placement course would receive a weight of 15 while a gradt 


of B in an Ad 



vanced academic subject would receive a weight of 12. In other words, there is a difference of a full grade 
between an Advanced Placement grade and a grade in the Advanced program. Likewise, there is a differ- 
ence of a full grade between the grade of an Advanced course and a regular College Preparatory course. 
Because of this weighting system, students in the accelerated programs are held to very rigorous standards, 
and grading is quite severe. 



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J 



Report of Cohasset Representative to the 

South Shore Regional Vocational Technical 

School Committee 

The total population of South Shore Vo-Tech remains at about 530 with students 
from the eight member towns, plus tuition students from nine others. Cohasset con- 
tinues to under-utilize the opportunity to send quaUfied young people to be trained for 
their life's work in the seventeen offered programs. In this current year there are only 
seven Cohasset students and three are to graduate in 1987; only one is in the entering 
class. Each year about fifteen students graduate from Cohasset High and enter the work 
force. Perhaps they would have benefited in their careers from the training offered at 
Vo-Tech. 

This year we began long-range planning for a building addition at Vo-Tech which 
should be 65 percent funded by the State. The addition is necesary to replace the leased 
building in Abington where they need their school back again and to house our over- 
crowded programs. The Committee also had to spend a considerable sum under bond to 
expand its septic/ disposal system, repair its twenty-five year old roofs and modernize 
the old heating boilers. The condition of our parking areas and athletic fields continues 
to be very unsatisfactory. 

The administration and staff have been active this year in attracting grant money 
and donations of equipment and supplies which expand the quality of our programs and 
helps to keep the town assessments within reason. The freeze or cap of state money 
under Chapters 70 and 74 continues to reduce financial support to the District and 
therefore add to the town assessments. Proposals in 1987 to amend Chapter 74 would 
alleviate this effect on the member towns and should be supported by town officials. 

South Shore Vo-Tech offers seventeen excellent programs operated by a fine and 
dedicated staff. It is an excellent resource for our region in producing trained young 
people to enter and strengthen our local work force and economy. 

David Chittim 

Cohasset Representative 

South Shore Regional School Committee 



South Shore Regional School District Annual Report 

It is once again my pleasure to submit this brief report to the residents of Cohasset 
on the current status of South Shore Regional Vocational Technical School. 

South Shore Vo-Tech is currently completing its 25th year of serving both secon- 
dary and adult students on the South Shore. It is of important historical note that South 
Shore is the oldest regional vocational technical high school in the Commonwealth hav- 
ing opened its doors in September of 1962. 

South Shore Tech provides seventeen high quality vocational and technical pro- 
grams to the students of our eight member communities and other towns all over the 
South Shore area. Official enrollment this school year is 526 students with 454 coming 
from member towns. A total of 7 students are attending South Shore from Cohasset. 
Through the quarter century since its formation by concerned citizens the programs of- 
fered have doubled and the annual student enrollment has increased by 400Vo . Nearly 
IS^Vo of our graduates now own and operate their own businesses while 17<^o or more 



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have been promoted to supervisory positions in the vocational and technical areas for 
which they received training here at South Shore. The typical graduate goes directly into 
the workforce at a far higher than average wage while approximately 15Vo go on to col- 
lege and postsecondary education or further technical training. 

In June, 1986, one graduate from Cohasset received his diploma and technical cer- 
tificate from South Shore Vocational Technical High School. 21% percent of our 1985 
graduates went on to higher education. Most of the rest went directly into employment 
— (69%) or the mihtary service — (10%). 

The athletic department continues to enjoy excellent success in inter scholastic soc- 
cer and basketball with the soccer team qualifying for the State Tournament for the 
fourth year in a row with a 12 and record, the basketball team, in a rebuilding year, 
finishing at 10 and 10, and the baseball team, in its first year back at the varsity level, 
finished below .500 with a young team. 

The School Committee and administration are extremely optimistic over the future 
of your regional vocational technical high school. Responsible growth is being planned 
and initiated. This year saw the beginning of long-range planning for a building addi- 
tion at South Shore which would once again unite our two campuses. This addition 
should be funded by the state at the 65% level. The staff has been very active and suc- 
cessful this year in attracting grant money and donations of equipment and supplies to 
both expand the quality of our programs and help hold assessments to member towns at 
a reasonable level. Services are expanding and more students and adults are being 
served. 

The School Committee, staff and students at South Shore join together in thanking 
you for your confidence and support over the years. 

Submitted by, 

Clifford W. Easton 
Superin tenden t-Director 



Town Hall Study Committee 

Since last June's Special Town Meeting, this Committee has continued under the 
assumption that the Town will wish to reconsider the subject of Article 12 of that 
meeting in the light of other current major capital needs. 

We have found no reason for revising substantially our estimate of funds needed 
for the project as presented at the June meeting. 

Prior to presenting a new warrant article, we shall review cost estimates again with 
additional amounts factored in the account for inflationary pressures. 

Respectfully submitted for the Committee, 

Benjamin J. Blake, Chairman 

Anthony Fasciano 

Colin Studds 

David Terry 

Joseph M. Wolfe, Jr. 



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Water Department 

In 1986, the Cohasset Water Department produced 217,451,000 gallons of water. 
Although this reflects a 1.2% increase over 1985, it was less than anticipated during the 
summer months because of heavy rains. Rainfall for June, July and August was 15.96 
inches. The total for 1986 was 51.47 inches. 

The Watershed Protection Bylaw was adopted by April Town Meeting and further 
enables the Town to protect its water supply. The Board of Water Commissioners 
would Hke to thank the members of the Watershed Protection Study Committee for 
their hard work and persistence over the last two years in making this bylaw a reality. 

The Department has initiated a meter replacement program that seeks to replace 
those meters that are malfunctioning or have difficult accessability. One hundred sixty- 
three of these were replaced with outside reader dials. This will continue through 1987. 

The Board would hke to extend its best wishes to Commissioner Peter J. Pratt, who 
did not seek reelection, and welcome newly elected Commissioner Ronald H. Goodwin. 

The Board of Water Commissioners would hke to extend their appreciation to 
Superintendent Benjamin F. Curley and the men and women of the department for 
their good work and dedication to the community. We would hke to thank all Town 
Departments for their cooperation, with special thanks to the Highway Department. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WiUiam J. Montuori 

Lot E. Bates 

Ronald H. Goodwin 

Commissioners 

Benjamin F. Curley 

Superintendent 



Wire Department 

I herewith submit the annual Report of the Wire Department for the year ending 
December 31, 1986. 

FIRE AND TRAFFIC SIGNALS 

Over two thousand (2,000.00) feet of new alarm cable was installed in 1986 due to 
damaged cable and new installation of boxes. Two new master boxes were installed and 
connected to the system. In October the new Digitize Fire Alarm Board was installed 
and put on line. All alarm boxes were retimed and tested. Traffic lights were kept in 
good working condition and flashing units were replaced where needed. 

WIRE INSPECTIONS 

All electrical work performed by contractors was inspected by the Wire Depart- 
ment, and permit fees were recorded and turned over to the Town Treasurer. Inspec- 
tions in 1986 were up once again due to new construction and remodehng. 

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS TO TOWN BUILDINGS 

All electrical work and electrical repairs to Town-owned buildings and properties 



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were handled by the Wire Department. I wish to thank all Department Heads for their 
cooperation with the Wire Department, and a big thanks to all who worked with me this 
past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Stephen F. Wigmore 
Superintendent of Wires 

Social Service League of Cohasset, Inc. 

Board of Health Nursing Services — 1986 

The Social Service League, under contract with the Board of Health, offers public 
health nursing services to the town residents. The League office at 16 Highland Avenue 
is open for blood pressure screening, urine testing, T.B. testing, blood sugar and anemia 
screening, and general health consultation. The office hours are Mon- 
day—Wednesday—Friday from 8:30-9:30 a.m. and from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. 

Blood pressure Keep- Well Clinics were held at monthly meetings of the Sixty-Plus 
Club and on a regular monthly schedule at 60 Elm Street for its residents. A third 
monthly Keep- Well Clinic was added this year and is held at the Senior Center once a 
month. 

Additional clinics available were: A Pre-school Vision and Hearing Screening for 
3, 4 and 5 year old children held in March, two Lead Paint Poison Screenings held in 
April and October, a Health Fair which included many health screenings and informa- 
tion regarding health resources and referrals, and two Flu Clinics held in October. 

We will continue to work cooperatively with the Board of Health Agent Joseph 
Godzik and the members of the Cohasset Board of Health. We will also continue to 
work closely with Senior Center Director Kathy Bryanton and the Council on Aging in 
promoting good health among the senior population. 

We are grateful to our many volunteers for their continued service and assistance to 
the Social Service League. | 

Session Attendance 

Flu Immunization Clinics 2 212 

Lead Paint Screenings 2 2 

Pre-school Vision and Hearing Screening 1 36 

Health Fair 1 80 

Colorectal Screenings 2 32 

Keep-Well Chnics 28 379 

Hypertension Screening Ongoing Program 

TB Testing Ongoing Program 

Follow-up Communicable Diseases Ongoing Program 

Health Promotion Ongoing Program 

Home Nursing Visits 339 

Office Nursing Visits • 449 

TOTAL VISITS 788 

i 

Respectfully submitted, '* 

Mary Anne Hansen, R.N. 
Board of Health Nurse 



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Report of the Treasurer-Collector 

Fiscal 1986 was the year of the Inspector General's Report on the investing of public 
funds by Municipal Treasurers. As a result of this report Chapter 740, of the 
Massachusetts General Laws, was adopted to become effective July 1, 1986. 

The cities and towns in the Commonwealth were faced with two choices: 1) enter 
into compensating balance agreements with the Massachusetts based banks in exchange 
for banking services, or 2) vote to have the Town pay for all banking services from an 
appropriation. The Treasurer-Collectors' Association and the Department of Revenue 
sponsored workshops for all Treasurers. The purpose of these workshops was to ac- 
quaint us with the new law deahng with the fiscal responsibility of Municipal 
Treasurers. 

The Town of Cohasset voted at the Special Town Meeting in June 1986 the sum of 
$20,000.00 to cover the cost of outside payroll services and all banking services con- 
nected with the processing of the payroll and vendor accounts. My feeling, as Treasurer, 
is that we are acting responsibly by paying for banking services. For the first time we 
will be earning interest on both the payroll and vendor accounts which will help to offset 
the appropriation for these services. I plan to evaluate this new procedure at the end of 
Fiscal 1987 to show cost comparisons. These figures will be helpful to me in the 
budgeting process and helpful to the Department of Revenue in evaluating the effec- 
tiveness of this new law. 

Many of the areas of responsibihty in our office overlap that of the Accountant's 
Office and the Assessor's Office. This past spring the town was fortunate in acquiring 
Jo- Ann Whittemore as the Town Accountant. All of us look forward to working with 
her for many more years. The Treasurer-Collector's Office welcomed Chartis Langmaid 
to our staff as part-time Accounting Clerk. Chartis replaced Sandra Hahn who held the 
job until leaving for full-time employment. 

During the past two years we have been upgrading our system of collection on past 
due tax accounts. We have placed a tax lien on all unpaid 1983, 1984 and 1985 Real 
Estate Taxes. We plan to continue this procedure each year so that the only unpaid tax 
at the end of the fiscal year will be the current year. For the second year in a row the 
Town of Cohasset has not had to borrow in anticipation of tax revenue. We have 
started foreclosure proceedings on several old Tax Title properties. This is a long in- 
volved process but one that needs to be implemented. Full utilization of our computer 
system allows us to do follow-up biUing on all taxes in a more timely manner and 
generates more income which improves our cash flow. All of these procedures have 
helped to contribute to the reduction of the unpaid taxes at the end of Fiscal 1986. i.e. 
(Unpaid taxes 6/30/84— $555,579.56, Unpaid taxes 6/30/86— $332,980.68) 

Each year my staff and I continue to pursue more efficient ways to serve the 
employees and taxpayers of Cohasset. We appreciate the support and cooperation you 
have shown in the past and look forward to serving you for another year. 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer-Collector 



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Report of the Town Treasurer 

July 1, 1985 through June 30, 1986 



BALANCE IN TREASURY July 1, 1985 

Received from Collector of Taxes 
Received from Town Collector 
Received from Other Sources 

TOTAL RECEIPTS FOR FISCAL 1986 

PAID: Selectmen's Warrants Nos. 61-63 
Nos. 1-97 

BALANCE IN TREASURY JUNE 30, 1986 



7,960,140.56 

77,909.18 

5,151,185.06 



$1,814,473.66 



+ 13,189,234.80 

-13,144,648.68 
$ 1,859,059.78 



DEPOSITORIES 



Name of Bank 

Lincoln Trust Company 

Lincoln Trust Company, M.Mkt. 

Lincoln Trust Company, Pkg. Viol. 

Boston Safe Deposit 

Boston Safe Deposit, Highway Ace. 

Boston Safe Deposit, Money Mkt. 

Rockland Trust Company, Money Mkt. 

Patriot Bank N/A Harbor 

State Street Bank & Trust Co. (M.Mkt.) 

Bank of Boston 

Bank of Boston, Money Mkt. 

South Shore Bank (Fed. Rev.) 

Norfolk County Trust BayBank 

Pilgrim Cooperative Bank 

Century Bank & Trust Co. 

Bank of New England 

Cash in Drawer 

TOTAL DEPOSITORIES 



June 30, 1986 Balances 

39,408.70 

38,415.29 

7,015.97 

436.21 

34,479.47 

472,373.44 

198,755.71 

104,480.80 

50,005.35 

893.34 

15,494.22 

10.00 

9,434.75 

622,493.71 

114,001.81 

151,211.01 

150.00 



$1,859,059.78 



Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer- Collector 



190 



Report of the Collector 

July 1, 1985 through June 30, 1986 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Board of Assesors— Fiscal 1986 

1981-1985 Motor Vehicle Re-commitments 3,005.66 

1984 Motor Vehicle Commitments 238.39 

1985 Motor Vehicle Commitments 120,187.78 

1986 Motor Vehicle Commitments 382,254.65 
1986 Boat Excise Commitment 11,130.00 
1986 Personal Property Commitment 95,228.67 
1986 Real Estate Commitment 6,722,832.18 
1986 Sewer Betterment, Added to Taxes 1,964.01 
1986 Committed Interest, Added to Taxes 791.88 
1986 Sewer Connection, Added to Taxes 70.00 
1986 Committed Interest, Added to Taxes 31.25 

$7,337,734.47 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Harbor Master 24,501 .00 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Water Department 586,900.81 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Sewer Department 19,023 .32 



Total Abatement Certificates from Board of Assessors — Fiscal 1986 

Levy of 1982 

Motor Vehicle 1,652.90 

Levy of 1983 

Motor Vehicle 3,100.94 

Real Estate 9,110.35 

Levy of 1984 

Motor Vehicle 157.88 

Real Estate 11,603.60 

Personal Property 18.60 

Levy of 1985 

Boat Excise 2,837.43 

Motor Vehicle 7,956.13 

Real Estate 11,025.14 

Personal Property 307.80 

Levy of 1986 

Boat Excise 705.86 

Motor Vehicle 12,660.18 

Real Estate 72,199.56 

Personal Property 33.78 

$ 133,370.15 

Total Abatements from the Harbor Master 

Fiscal 1986 1,551.00 

Total Abatements from the Water and Sewer Departments — Fiscal 1986 

Water 4,361.43 

Sewer 40.99 

Interest 369.10 



— 191 — 



Unpaid Taxes & Charges 6/30/86 



1985 Personal Property 

1986 Personal Property 

1985 Real Estate 

1986 Real Estate 

1981-1986 Motor Vehicle Excise 
Boat Excise Taxes 



Departmental: 
Ambulance Services 
Mooring Fees 
Rentals & Miscellaneous 
Lien, Demolition of Bldg. 
Veterans' Assistance 
Town Hall 



399.00 

1,922.89 

1,916.85 

239,137.50 

87,017.64 

2,586.80 

332.980.68 



42,932.51 
137.00 
212.11 
500.00 
808.50 
70.35 

$ 44,660.47 



Water Department: 
Water Meters 
Water Miscellaneous 
Water Services 



112,212.13 

- 811.08 

450.00 

$ 111,851.05 



Sewer Department: 
Sewer Use Charges 

Sewer Betterment Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1986 
Committed Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1986 



4,481.39 

110.75 

44.80 

$ 4,636.94 



Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer- Collector 



— 192 — 



r 



SALARIES AND WAGES PAID CALENDAR YEAR 1986 
(Includes Town and School Employees) 



WATER DEPARTMENT 




ELECTIONS 




Andrews, Jr., Albert L. 


25,408.61 


Ainslie, Geraldine 


36.85 


Curley, Jr., Benjamin 


36,005.38 


Baccari, Dominic M. 


47.38 


Daniels, Jonathon 


393.75 


Bjorkgren, Dorothea 


26.80 


Hamilton, Frank 


23,393.55 


Daunt, Alice 


326.00 


Maree, Elizabeth J. 


17,031.84 


Douglas, Marion L. 


42.93 


McAuliffe, William D. 


29,225.54 


England, Kathleen 


127.63 


Parsloe, Denise J. 


19,184.22 


Fiori, Mary A. 


50.25 


Piepenbrink, Robert 


1,668.00 


Grassie, Mary N. 


193.13 


Sargent, Richard J. 


15,711.73 


Healy, Thomas 


41.88 


Sheerin, James R. 


19,463.41 


Hernan, Margaret 


176.81 


Wheeler, Ann 


4,738.80 


Jones, Constance 


417.63 


Cogill, Brian F. 


53.85 


Leonard, Ann 


145.38 


Curley, James 


164.55 


Lincoln, Katherine M. 


105.18 


Litchfield, John E. 


32.31 


Lehr, Jr., Arthur L. 


50.25 


Sestito, Anthony 


43.47 


Leland, Charlotte 


35.18 


Sestito, Carl A. 


36.23 


Litchfield, Pauline 


559.60 


Butman, K. Barry 


16,374.68 


Maclure, Janet 


95.13 


McCabe, Douglas B. 


1,176.25 


Marks, Frances 


329.00 


McAuliffe, William _ 


80.00 


Mulcahy, Bernard 


200.11 


Total 


210,186.17 


Pape, Maria R. 


150.71 






Pape, Robert S. 


376.25 


SELECTMEN 




Pearce, Betty L. 


41.88 


Andrew, Donald R. 


34,960.38 


Pratt, Burtram J. 


326.00 


Chalke, Janet M. 


18,753.09 


Rhodes, Kathleen 


162.61 


Kelley, Florence 


3,988.05 


Rosano, Janice 


6,520.81 


Kornet, John L. 


1,849.53 


Salvador, Jean M. 


147.33 


McCarthy, Mary Lou 


585.00 


Soule, Kevin 


153.00 


Rhodes, Kerri 


52.51 


Tuckerman, Grace 


188.53 


Walsh, Patricia 


535.77 


Longo, Ehzabeth 


41.88 


Peterson, Sheila 


29.10 


Stover, Charles 


151.35 


Douglas, Marion L. 


108.75 


Bates, Lot 


53.25 


Crossen, Alba M. 


1,084.00 


Pratt, Ruth M. 


103.50 


Trask, Janet 


248.50 


Mullett, John H. 


53.25 


Lehr, Arthur 


200.00 


Goodwin, Ronald 


106.96 


Curley, James 


500.00 


McAuliffe, Jeanne 


31.83 


Weeks, William 


125.00 






Anderson, Nancy 


588.00 


Total 


11,616.26 


Cannon, Jean H. 


25.56 


ACCOUNTANT 




Winn, Ellen B. 


3,140.83 


Barbuto, Mary Ann 


7,353,12 


Marks, Jr., David R. _ 


250.00 


Noonan, Nancy Ann 


14,002.29 


Total 


67,024.07 


Whittemore, Jo-Ann M. 


20,584.60 






Trask, Janet 


891.55 


SELECTMEN/MONTHLY 




Summers, Renee S. 


1,795.63 


England, Frank W. 


425.00 






Laugelle, Rocco 


1,000.00 


Total 


44,627.19 


Mc Arthur, Mary Jane 


608.32 


ASSESSORS 




Mitman, Clifford 


1,000.00 


Graham, Dorothy V. 


14,943.63 


Sullivan, Diane C. 


1,229.19 


Ross, Anita L. 


6,437.74 


Yocum, Richard 


3,265.98 


Murray, Sandra 


5,353.30 


Gallagher, James _ 


716.68 


Total 


26.734.67 



Total 



8,245.17 



193 — 



ASSESSORS/MONTHLY 

Duggan, Thomas S. 1,300.00 

Patrolia, Michael C. 1,200.00 

Pratt, Warren S. 1,200.00 



Total 


3,700.00 


TREASURER-COLLECTOR 




Hahn, Sandra L. 


1,638.80 


Lincoln, Sally A. 


14,249.69 


Ripley, Elizabeth 


27,793.73 


Snowdale, Nancy 


15,886.99 


Langmaid, Chartis B. 


3,159.99 


Bailey, Marion 


158.27 


Total 


62,887.47 


TOWN CLERK 




Jones, Constance 


14,229.43 


Marks, Frances L. 


21,585.10 



Total 35,814.53 

ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 

Oteri, Carol 1,015.63 

Rosano, Janice 941.20 



Total 


1,956.83 


PLANNING BOARD 




Walsh, Patricia 


35.06 


Handrahan, Ingrid C. 


1,415.42 


Total 


1,450.48 


TOWN HALL 




Cone, John 


517.00 


Litchfield, Pauline 


16,671.04 


Parsloe, Denise 


48.18 


Clapp, Marlissa 


12.50 



Total 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

( ) = Off Duty Pay included in 



Abbadessa, Richard B. 
AinsUe, Jr., Lawrence 
Andrews, EUena 
Barrow, Richard P. 
Cogill, Brian 
Cogill, David C. 
Conte, Carmelo 
Conte, John C. 
Grassie, Frederick 
Healy, Maureen 
Healy, Robert E. 
Jackson, Robert W. 
Jones, Clifton B. 
Kealey, Joseph M. 
Laugelle, Paul J. 
Leavitt, Mary 
Noonan, Brian W. 



(340 
(1,823 



(7,370 
(8,770 
(4,483 
(5,860 
(5,320 
(409 

(5,393 
(8,192 



(5,381 



17,248.72 

Gross Pay 

,00) 28,879.28 

.25)31,471.17 

26.65 

34,385.86 

13) 38,953.91 

75)41,153.35 

.63) 32,496.87 

75) 36,754.22 

.75) 34,992.62 

75) 26,709.17 

429.75 

.03) 39,378.66 

28) 38,307.28 

40,677.63 

25,260.20 

66.63 

.51) 35,952.51 



Pomarico, David J. 
Rhodes, III, John J. 
Sargent, Frances P. 
Simmons, Frank 
Small, John 
Yocum, Richard 
McKenna, Richard J. 
Yannizzi, Francis 
Dolan, William John 
Bowes, Richard W. 
Rooney, Jr., John C. 
Bouchie, Walter 
Coyle, Alfred D. 
Taylor, James 
Murphy, Paul 
Byron, Sandra M. 
Andrew, EUena 
Costa, John J. 
CoUigan, Joseph P. 
Runge, Kenneth J. 
Reilly, David 
Klier, George J. 
Smith, William E. 
Weddleton, William 
Ingrassia, John 
Linscott, Gary 
Wilson, Scott Douglas 
Zorn, Robert H. 
Aguiar, Eugene (1 
Gagliard, Peter F. 
Leblanc, Jr., William 
McCarthy, Robert G. 
O'Connell, James 
Pinaud, Leonard H. 
Ridge, John 
Walter, Stephen J. 
Welch, John Francis 
Doherty, Michael F. 
Bartlett, James A. 
Brown, CUfford H. 
Brown, Thomas 
DeCosta, Steven 
Leonard, Phillip F. 
O'Keefe, Joseph 
O'Mara, Jr., James M. 
Boyden, Jr., Harold E. 
Cotter, Joseph 
Franklin, Roger W. 
Hamacker, Mark T. 
Regan, Michael R. 
Frye, John E. 
Gagliard, Paul J. 
Wood, Jr., Alfred B. 
Abdallah, Fred 
Bedard, Raymond 



(8,137.26) 40,893.74 

3,157.22 

285.96 

(58.00) 58.00 

(3,805.75) 33,946.54 

(1,174.75) 32,299.13 

(382.50) 382.50 

(127.50) 127.50 

(212.50) 212.50 

(144.50) 144.50 

(144.50) 144.50 

(229.50) 229.50 

(144.50) 144.50 

(875.50) 875.50 

(136.00) 136.00 

78.00 

18.00 

(331.50) 331.50 

(1,640.50) 1,640.50 

(2,626.50) 2,626.50 

(854.25) 854.25 

(799.00) 799.00 

(68.00) 68.00 

(913.75) 913.75 

(68.00) 68.00 

(68.00) 68.00 

(493.00) 493.00 

(476.00) 476.00 

189.00) 1,189.00 

(378.25) 378.25 

(806.50) 806.50 

(344.25) 344.25 

(493.00) 493.00 

(572.75) 572.75 

(276.25) 276.25 

(289.00) 289.00 

(1,092.25) 1,092.25 

(1,011.50) 1,011.50 

(450.50) 450.50 

(802.25) 802.25 

(68.00) 68.00 

(331.50) 331.50 

(480.25) 480.25 

(1,126.25) 1,126.25 

(582.25) 582.25 

(1,377.00) 1,377.00 

(246.50) 246.50 

(382.50) 382.50 

(378.25) 378.25 

(276.25) 276.25 

(310.25) 310.25 

(272.00) 272.00 

(340.00) 340.00 

(348.50) 348.50 

(272.00) 272.00 



— 194 — 



Grinnell, Robert C. 


(433.50) 433.50 


McArthur, William H. 


957.85 


Riley, Robert S. 


(136.00) 136.00 


Migliaccio, Joseph 


982.86 


Froio, John A. 


(68.00) 68.00 


Oliver, WiUiam R. 


182.44 


Mankewich, Richard 


(323.00) 323.00 


Parsloe, Denise 


410.51 


Rattenbury, Yvette 


1,621.40 


Pratt, Bruce W. 


319.29 


Wood, III, Arthur O. 


(161.50) 161.50 


Robbins, Jr., Wayne H. 


638.57 


Conroy, Thomas 


(68.00) 68.00 


Salvadore, Bernard J. 


182.45 


Canniff, Frederick 


(204.00) 204.00 


Salvadore, Manuel E. 


304.08 


Harrison, Jeff 


(85.00) 85.00 


Sestito, William A. 


1,261.94 


Turke, John K. 


(76.50) 76.50 


Silva, WiUiam G. 


258.47 


Scott, Peter 


(102.00) 102.00 


Silvia, Harry M, 


136.84 


Total 


(93,411.59)625,143.75 


Soule, Kevin W. 


319.28 


FIRE DEPARTMENT 




Total 


15,000.00 


( ) = Off Duty Pay Included in Gross Pay 


TREE & PARK DEPARTMENT 




Barrow, Edward 


28,433.55 


Buckley, Paul 


3,632.25 


Bilodeau, Paul T. 


27,511.94 


Laugelle, Christopher 


8,878.50 


Boswell, III, John T. 


24,650.65 


LaugeOe, Peter G. 


26,412.53 


Brock, Daniel F. 


36,687.60 


Marsh, Herbert B. 


4,560.00 


Conley, Richard M. 


22,449.52 


Mortenson, Robert P. 


20,155.79 


Corbo, Edward M. 


(55.11)24,317.38 


Piepenbrink, Robert 


16,511.10 


Davis, Linwood L. 


27,364.98 


Snow, Kenneth 


144.00 


Finegan, Thomas P. 


(389.35)24,611.92 


Marsh, Herbert 


1,044.13 


Fiori, James E. 


25,707.37 


Finegan, Thomas P. 


275.56 


Gurry, James L. 


34,613.14 


Protuhs, Robert F. 


148.25 


Her nan, Thomas G. 


25,543.74 


Barnes, John T. 


361.35 


Lincoln, Roger W. 


(319.57) 34,271.62 


Corbo, Edward M. 


124.00 


Litchfield, W. T. 


(152.68) 28,874.11 


Hernan, Thomas 


230.86 


Marr, Matthew B. 


25,626.26 


Lincoln, Roger W. 


287.62 


McGaffigan, Paul F. 


28,559.82 


Rosano, Randall 


27.56 


Pompeo, Jr., Arthur M. (128.00) 22,265.09 


Barrow, Edward 


179.12 


Protuhs, Robert F. 


(53.91) 27,058.56 


Fiore, Paul 


834.50 


Protuhs, William J. 


(208.00) 28.340.03 


Laugelle, Jr., Peter 


150.00 


Runey, James P. 


25,833.44 


Mulcahy, Brendan 


667.50 


Rosano, Randall W. 


26,605.60 


Douglas, Marion L. 


146.00 


Silvia, Robert D. 


(344.68) 29,484.63 


Litchfield, John E. 


158.94 


Struzik, Edward J. 


28,177.53 


Scolhans, David 


50.00 


Trask, Mark H. 


36,493.31 


Cogill, Jerry 


200.00 


Trask, Peter A. 


(64.00)24,605.11 


Noonan, Robert 


160.00 


Wenzlow, Eric 


25,137.37 


Total 


85,339.56 


Gushing, Nanci C. 


827.45 


HARBOR DEPARTMENT 




Total 


(1,715.30)694,051.72 


Ritter, Harry H. 


23,930.14 


CALL FIRE DEPARTMENT 


Sheer in, James 


1,013.32 


Ainslie, Donald F. 


106.43 


Swanson, Andrew 


342.00 


Andrews, Albert L. 


876.43 


Dickson, Clifford J. 


36.00 


Bowen, Barbara 


471.33 


Marks, Jr., David R. 


106.00 


Brooke, WilUam E. 


912.25 


Sampson, Brian 


846.00 


Curley, James F. 


1,125.10 


Wigmore, Thomas 


1,712.00 


Dickson, Clifford J. 


2,123.17 


Brown, Jeffrey 


18.00 


MacNeill, John M. 


709.18 


Figueiredo, Paul 


36.00 


Mahoney, Francis X. 


668.98 


Roebuck, Andrew 


2,331.00 


Marks, Jr., David R. 


364.90 


Sargent, David 


1,284.00 


Maynard, Hermon J. 


623.37 


Weisenfluh, Kurt 


640.00 


Maynard, Steven 


1,064.28 


Peterson, Neil D. 


560.00 



— 195 



Litchfield, John E. 
Total 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Douglas, Marion L. 
Poskus, Edward A. J. 
Anderson, Nancy 
Robbins, Donald G. 

Total 

WEIGHTS & MEASURES- 

Bates, Lot E. _ 

Total 

WIRE DEPARTMENT 

Gallo, Richard 

Noonan, Robert 

Wigmore, Stephen 

Wigmore, Thomas 

Healy, Thomas _ 

Total 

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

Cogill, Brian F. 
Curley, James 
Laugelle, Joseph 
Litchfield, Harold W. 
Litchfield, John E. 
Litchfield, Patricia 
Marsh, Herbert 
Mortenson, Robert P. 
Piepenbrink, Robert 
Sestito, Anthony C. 
Sestito, Carl A. 
Snow, Kenneth 
Noonan, Robert 
Healy, Jr., Thomas M. 
Litchfield, Peggy 
Scollians, David 
Laugelle, Christopher 
Laugelle, Peter G. 



45.42 



32,899.88 

12,504.52 

10,974.14 

211.60 

15,589.84 



39,280.10 

-Monthly 

875.04 

875.04 

25,999.31 

4,309.25 

29,366.35 

83.00 

195.00 

59,952.91 

18,218.20 

23,657.87 

109.20 

25,743.23 

17,866.07 

2,615.00 

148.90 

256.01 

34.97 

28,484.51 

21,682.81 

72.00 

144.00 

3,236.00 

2,090.00 

50.00 

60.00 

40.00 



Total 

DISPOSAL AREA 

Barnes, John T. 
Jones, Ashley F. 
Laugelle, Joseph S. 
Carroll, Stephen 
Murray, Michael 
Thayer III, Kenneth 
Barnes, Scott 
Thayer, Philip 

Total 



144,508.77 

18,245.00 

687.00 

21,571.44 

220.00 

36.00 

112.00 

40.00 

280.00 



SEWER DEPARTMENT 

Lewis, Jr., Augustus W. 2,774.50 

Ney, William 13,371.48 

Salvador, Manuel E. 30,813.42 

Walsh, Patricia 7,874.24 

James, William 72.00 

Daniels, Jonathon 1,752.25 

Ross, William 320.00 

Murray, Michael 700.00 

Total 57,677.89 

CONSERVATION COMMITTEE 

Walsh, Patricia 

Total 

BOARD OF HEALTH 

Frederick, Edward 
Godzik, Joseph R. 
Leighton, Luther S. 
Oteri, Carol 

Total 

COUNCIL ON AGING 

Bryanton, Kathleen 

Total 



3,801.17 



3,801.17 

3,203.50 
25,915.50 

3,733.62 
15,234.52 



48.087.14 



7,962.50 



7,962.50 

VETERANS DEPARTMENT— Monthly 

Ripley, Noel 1,600.00 



Total 
CEMETERY 



1,600.00 



41,191.44 



Laugelle, Christopher 


491.00 


Marsh, Herbert 


16,831.53 


Cogill, Jerry 


200.00 


Piepenbrink, Robert 


87.15 


Total 


17,609.68 


LIBRARY DEPARTMENT 




Cordeiro, Barbara 


12.634.10 


Davenport, Heather 


1,140.75 


Fahey, Jacquelyn 


1,095.25 


Hayes, Richard E. 


33,687.62 


Kasperowicz, Peter 


891.40 


Knight, Nancy 


12,831.92 


Meacham, Arthur 


1,142.10 


Mitchell, Joann 


9,072.00 


Pattison, Robert 


6,963.93 


Perry, Beth 


584.59 


Pope, Marilyn T. 


14,663.00 


Pope, Susan M. 


13,415.05 


Walsh, James Patrick 


2,234.98 


Watrous, Susan M. 


22,680.95 


Stobart, Staci 


51.80 


Rossi, Andrew 


773.91 


Shumaker, David 


367.43 


Terry, Suzanne 


3,932.01 



— 196 



Drink water, Matthew 


293.76 


Coley, Travis 


50.64 


Hyde, Amy 


266.25 


Baird, Daniel 


3.75 


Green, Kristin 


63.90 


Dormer,Cindy 


36.57 


Total 


138,785.80 


Murphy, Kate 


38.44 


RECREATION DEPARTMENT 




Reilly, Allison 


16.88 


Anderson, Michael R. 


12.25 


Ryan, Kate 


16.88 


Bernstein, Glen 


48.13 


Buckley, Peter 


16.88 


Carroll, Jr., James E. 


1,970.88 


Beggan, Matthew 


16.88 


Clapp, Marlisa A. 


1,885.02 


Hamilton, Tegan 


15.00 


Conley, Chris 


290.75 


MacDonald, Madelyn 


33.75 


Hardwick, Jr., Floyd S. 


45.51 


Monahan, Erin 


14.06 


Hartley, Debbie 


18.38 


Carroll, Kathleen 


14.00 


Larson, Thomas 


50.82 


Myers, Steven 


28.13 


Maloney, Matt 


31.26 


Barrett, Rachel 


32.00 


Marsac, Jason 


128.70 


Smart, Kate _ 


24.00 


Pattison, Jr., Robert 


7.88 


Total 


40,803.13 


Pompeo, J. Daniel 


24.50 


CUSTODIAN PAYROLL 




Shumaker, Lisa 


197.51 


AinsUe, Donald F. 


18,345.42 


Shultz, David 


126.82 


Barrow, Robert E. 


20,321.59 


Shuhz, Robert 


112.02 


Conley, James 


1,791.25 


Smith, Michael 


125.77 


Conley, Matt 


765.00 


Taylor, Anne E. 


254.254 


Corkery, Robert 


2,328.25 


Trautwein, Todd 


78.77 


Esposito, Jr., Joseph 


20,343.64 


Woriey, John M. 


26,829.02 


Haase, Donald P. 


18,390.62 


ScuUy, MicheUe 


83.25 


Jacobucci, John J. 


22,463.04 


Young, Jennifer 


64.75 


Jones, Thomas 


18,893.48 


Shumaker, David 


63.00 


Kornet, III, John L. 


40.00 


Mullaney, Beverly 


816.00 


Kuhn, Christopher 


757.50 


Sandblom, Lauren J. 


330.00 


Mahoney, Christopher 


315.00 


Mullaney, Beverly 


87.13 


McArthur, WilUam H. 


18,270.92 


Sandblom, Lauren 


787.38 


Soule, Kevin W. 


21,392.82 


Bernstein, Philip 


824.50 


Stover, Charles 


24,287.56 


Carroll, Stephen 


8.00 


Thurston, Richard F. 


18,730.90 


Collins, Shannon 


612.00 


O'Brien, Thomas Luke 


2,795.00 


Harris, Kathleen 


552.00 


Maki, Eric 


160.00 


Igo, Gregory 


837.25 


Pereira, John 


617.50 


McAllister, Robin 


360.00 


Kendrick, William 


78.10 


O'Laughlin, Linda 


316.00 


Haase, Troy 


1,020.00 


Pereira, Diana 


472.50 


McKenna, William 


1,105.00 


Potohcchio, Dina 


696.00 


Thompson, Donald 


513.28 


Redick, Richard 


624.87 


Young, Wallace 


3,536.82 


Pihl, Dona M. 


42.50 


Piepenbrink, Robert _ 


37.35 


Mulcahy, Brendan 


12.00 






Baird, William 


8.44 


Total 


217,300.04 


Cameron, Jason 


52.51 


BUS DRIVERS 




Chapman, Jennifer 


40.32 


Allison, Rosemary L. 


178.00 


Ellinger, Kristin 


149.08 


Figueiredo, Janet 


13,636.53 


Lord, Kate 


52.50 


Foster, John 


11,538.52 


Reidy, James 


67.51 


Goldstein, Barry 


4,191.56 


Reidy, Joel 


76.89 


Goldstein, Charlotte 


3,431.84 


Reidy, John 


16.88 


Green, Therese 


3,531.58 


Staunton, John 


47.81 


Karcher, Diana 


178.00 


Shea, Melissa Ann 


47.83 


Langton, Harry P. 


101.39 


Suhrbier, Michael 


38.44 


Palm, Bonnie 


4,095.12 


Suhrbier, Patrick 


19.69 







— 197 



Pape, Maria Rose 


5,000.77 


Norris, Eileen 


13.29 


Powers, Frances 


8,977.97 


Shields, Josephine 


31.01 


Ray, Thomas P. 


6,352.15 


Murray, Kathleen 


28.00 


Skidmore, Charlotte 


7,100.73 


Herzog, Jayne 


208.71 


Young, Wallace 


4,436.29 


Curley, Linda 


3.557.16 


Pereira, Diana 


249.20 


Pihl, Donna 


1,708.75 


Plante, Maria 


640.80 


Yess, Denise 


398.88 


Total 


73,640.45 


Jillson, Antonette W. 


55.40 




Carter, Marjorie P. 


5,220.00 


CLERICAL PAYROLL 




Hamilton, Jane 


987.96 


Aronson, Miriam 


537.73 


Volpe, Irene 


877.96 


Ayer, Alison 


9,997.33 


McGuinness, Jane R. 


4,628.61 


Batts, Janice 


10,366.00 


Barnes, Sandra S. 


7,596.17 


Benbow, Mary 


11,437.20 


Begley, Charlotte 


616.50 


Bowen, Patricia 


12,747.08 


Andrade, Elizabeth 


609.75 


Brady, Clare 


15,845.84 


Gallant, Nancy 


28.00 


Brennock, Kathleen 


406.21 


Agni, Pamela 


28.00 


Brennock, Mary 


16,336.10 


McNeil, Jeannette 


25.80 


Brighton, Agnes 


16,849.05 


Curry, Franca 


679.16 


Burnside, Juanita 


52.92 


Ridge, Kathleen 


28.02 


Cahill, Corinne 


56.00 


Walsh, Kathryn 


14.01 


Carroll, Ted 


1,498.45 






Ciciotte, Carol 


15,666.49 


Total 


360,662.47 


Colwill, Ilene 


12,454.70 


PROFESSIONAL PAYROLL 




Conte, Barbara 


15,174.69 


Anderson, Jon Craig 


18,563.98 


Mulhern, Helen T. 


9,738.08 


Babaian, Mary A. 


35,057.35 


Dockray, Patricia 


64.24 


Beatson, Elizabeth 


32,502.53 


Gentile, Ellen 


102.09 


Bouchard, Joseph K. 


33,840.51 


Gormley, Ethel S. 


16,684.91 


Burbank, Virginia A. 


32,502.53 


Grayken, Phyllis R. 


19,272.72 


Chatterton, Clark 


36,084.94 


Henderson, Linda 


7,551.80 


Cisneros, Kenneth 


28,359.34 


Hernan, Margaret 


3,101.03 


Contis, Carolyn M. 


23,336.34 


Hernberg, Kathleen 


9,779.45 


Creamer, John F. 


42,029.99 


Hettstrom, Karen 


13.29 


Cronin, Frances 


31,120.51 


Higgins, Jean 


16,336.10 


Crowell, Eugene C. 


53,220.32 


Hurley, Cynthia 


31.01 


Davenport, Sally 


7,896.04 


Larrabee, Joan M. 


2,785.01 


Davis, Charles R. 


8,089.82 


Longo, Elizabeth 


3,306.04 


Digirolamo, Gino J. 


21,093.52 


McCarthy, Mary Lou 


994.23 


Dunn, Kearin A. 


36,879.82 


McGuire, Elizabeth 


963.58 


Ekberg, Kenneth C. 


43,848.61 


Meehan, Barbara 


28.02 


Emmons, Ronald L. 


35,237.53 


Mercurio, Rosemarie 


2,222.88 


Erbe, Samuel M. 


38,680.62 


Miller, Lorene M. 


12,904.30 


Fallon, William 


28,215.80 


Mills, Eileen Z. 


18,948.62 


Federico, Joseph F. 


31,120.51 


Murphy, Karen 


2,084.00 


Fortin, George A. 


32,502.53 


Nardo, Stella M. 


13.29 


Franey, James E. 


34,680.88 


Pereira, Diana 


5,537.63 


Gill, Michael Patrick 


31,689.69 


Prendergast, Shirley 


4,437.61 


Gilmartin, Stephen 


32,502.53 


Russell, Jane 


8,588.25 


Glasfeld, Elizabeth 


13,307.69 


Shultz, Linda 


15,194.80 


Gray, Carolyn M. 


31,120.51 


Staunton, Mary E. 


8,402.85 


Green, Emilie 


23,107.01 


Thompson, Cindy 


3,789.89 


Hart, Stephen E. 


49,805.92 


Travers, Sheila M. 


18,331.55 


Hogan, Paul F. 


32,502.53 


Wagner, Jean 


13.29 


Hughes, Walter T. 


33,302.53 


Hoban, Carol 


2,674.98 


Kealey, Nancy 


31,196.95 



— 198- 



Kelly, Donald J. 
Kite, William C. 
Lalumiere, Maureen 
Lahage, Doris A. 
Leary, Edward J. 
Leary, John J. 
Lucas, Colleen 
Lucas, Thomas J. 
MacDonald, Frank A. 
Magnussen, David R. 
Marks, Bryan E. 
MacDermott, Edward W. 
Narkiewicz, Paul H. 
Neundorf, F. J. 
O'Neil, III, Thomas J. 
Packard, John R. 
Plante, Patrick A. 
Raccuia, John C. 
Reade, Donald A. 
Schleiff, Marie 
Sheehan, Edward F. 
Shirosky, Steven C. 
Streeter, Richard 
Thompson, Robert M. 
Foley, Joan L. R. 
Walsh, Dennis J. 
Watson, Marilyn 
Wood, JoEllen 
Wool, Joan M. 
Wunschel, Patricia J. 
Gallagher, Mary Ellen 
McFadd, Susan M. 
Greene, Gerardine 
Porter, Ann LesHe 
DeLorenzo, John M. 
Porter, Ann LesHe 

Total 

DEER HILL 

Becker, Joseph 
Cassiani, Joan 
Chase, Patricia C. 
Cisneros, Elizabeth 
Dalbeck, Ruth 
Deakin, Frank A, 
Hibbard, Dorothy A. 
Kuntz, Dennis W. 
Leonard, Jr., Edward J. 
Levine, Raymond 
Maclnnis, John V. 
Magoun, Joanne 
McDonald, Dorothy L. 
SuUivan, Patricia M. 
Murphy, Marjorie 
Shultz, Lawrence R. 



32,502.53 


Wondolowski, Dorothy 


18,541.87 


39,274.02 


Murphy, Patricia 


9,821.39 


31,547.03 


Whitley, Katherine 


3,231.57 


32,518.53 


Whitley, Katherine 


6,463.14 


33,537.53 


Reilly, Beverly N. 


3,245.88 


41,411.50 


Total 


482,461.97 


20,533.61 






1,870.44 


OSGOOD 




32,502.53 


Alcott, Maureen P. 


28,497.08 


28,359.45 


Atkinson, Marian 


12,143.38 


26,287.64 


Baush, Susan 


31,120.51 


28,359.45 


Bowker, Faith E. 


31,120.51 


40,230.62 


Collins, Christina 


1,056.32 


31,120.51 


Clark, Ruth I. 


32,502.53 


33,419.53 


Collins, Rosalie L. 


21,895.25 


34,009.88 


D'Angelo, Marilyn 


31,120.51 


32,502.53 


DiBenedetto, Delia 


31,120.51 


17,817.59 


Fink, Jeanne 


20,324.19 


31,120.51 


Free, Jean 


21,980.20 


31,120.51 


Manna, Shirley B. 


1,862.49 


37,292.35 


Montouri, Dorothy 


32,502.53 


19,421.57 


Moody, Sharon 


13,058.45 


48,411.35 


O'Malley, Jean 


31,120.51 


32,502.53 


Price, Marie 


27,917.71 


32,695.53 


Tewksbury, Shirley T. 


28,359.19 


35,777.79 


Weydt, Michael 


19,479.08 


35,703.50 


Davis, Marie Katherine 


7,742.43 


31,313.51 


Total ^ 


424,923.38 


18,263.90 






36,603.91 

18,213.50 

8,832.15 

5,177.79 


SPECIAL NEEDS 




Civale, Gale Ann 


25,137.85 


Ely, Florence 


23,987.34 


Fanning, Barbara 


21,134.81 


3,179.55 


Gallagher, Pauline 


31,120.51 


14,187.78 
7,288.17 


Harkins, Catherine 


8,929.38 


Jillson, Antonette W. 


18,513.03 


Brown, Genevieve 


31,620.52 


1,948,918.20 


Leach, Edwin M. 


32,502.53 




Muir, Ruth C. 


13,307.69 


31,120.51 


Power, Marilyn 


33,885.37 


18,664.74 


Rega, Bette 


32,502.53 


31,120.51 


Sceery, Dr. Robert T. 


9,617.20 


26,287.64 


Yess, Denise Anne 


23,987.60 


17,345.26 


Balch, Robin 


7,054.65 


31,120.51 


Sammons, Kim E. 


6,230.79 


19,638.16 


Nicotra, Sarah 


4,229.28 


33,709.88 


Total 


323,761.08 


32,517.17 






31 120 51 


SUBSTITUTES 




J 1 , 1 £AJ . J 1 

28,359.45 
31,120.51 


Almeida, Paula 


120.00 


Anderson, Lynn 


236.96 


31,120.51 


Birmann, Jeanne 


150.00 


24,974.77 


Buckley, Marie 


680.00 


21,134.81 


Chaisson, Kathleen 


495.00 


31,803.18 


Dunn, Francis 


900.00 



199 — 



Dunn, Suzanne 


470.00 


Connelly, Pat 


41.00 


Farrell, Frances 


40.00 


Cotton, Joseph 


75.00 


Freedman, Elaine 


280.00 


DeAngelis, Lauren 


41.00 


Hanlon, Kathleen 


685.00 


Doherty, Thomas 


92.00 


Hoban, Carol 


715.00 


Dooley, Kevin E. 


2,962.00 


Jancaitis, Elizabeth 


590.00 


Dunn, George 


41.00 


Jordan, Letitia 


515.00 


Fedor, Scott 


91.00 


Kamman, Marjorie K. 


3,343.95 


Ferrisi, Ralph 


148.00 


Kirk, Rita 


1,415.25 


Fichtner, Joanne 


1,306.66 


McCarthy, Alice 


4,092.35 


Girolamo, James 


41.00 


McCarthy, Patricia 


302.50 


Glendye, Stephen 


75.00 


Nedrow, Ruth 


3,370.00 


Gomes, Albert 


46.00 


O'Connell, Amyra 


126.00 


Grober, Bruce 


50.00 


Pirina, Jean 


975.00 


Guilvoyle, Donald 


50.00 


Pratt, Helen 


40.00 


HaU, John 


76.00 


Pyle, Janice D. 


845.00 


Hansen, Peter 


102.00 


Rochford, Robert A. 


480.00 


Harrey, James 


25.00 


Silvia, Marsha 


7,189.15 


Hartnett, David 


317.00 


Simeone, June 


930.00 


Hartwell, Mary 


125.00 


Suddath, Jill 


1,814.96 


Kates, Daniel 


41.00 


Tilden, Lynn 


3,647.40 


Henderson, Kevin T. 


25.00 


Young, Edward 


1,940.00 


Hennessy, Jack 


50.00 


Thompson, Glenn M. 


200.00 


Hewitt, Kenneth L. 


82.00 


Caefer, Richard 


1,980.00 


Hoogeveen, Larry 


15.00 


Bo wen, Barbara 


240.00 


Imprescia, Richard 


53.00 


Hurley, Cynthia 


965.00 


Kane, Daniel 


82.00 


Litzinger, Karen 


80.00 


Kay, Carolyn 


41.00 


Davenport, Sally 


3,406.98 


Leanues, William 


50.00 


Smith, Gary 


2,248.67 


Leanues, WilUam 


41.00 


Jillson, Antonette W. 


320.00 


Mangan, Peter 


945.00 


Maher, Michael 


30.00 


Martens, Nancy 


41.00 


Higgins, Jane 


120.00 


McDonald, Karen J. 


95.00 


Smith, Laurie 


80.00 


McGrady, Robert 


144.00 


Nelson, Carl 


30.00 


Melanson, Paul 


72.00 


Moody, Sharon 


1,841.96 


Minelli, Edward 


2,085.66 


Kleim, Mary H. 


150.00 


Mulvey, Edward 


340.00 


Healey, Jacqueline 


80.00 


Myers, Richard W. 


41.00 


Buckley, Cleida 


40.00 


Neville, David 


82.00 


Total 


48,201.13 


O'Connor, Kevin 


41.00 






Oster, George 


35.00 


SPORTS OFFICIALS 




Millis, Andrea M. 


1,024.00 


Aldrich, Frances 


41.00 


Paul, Mark 


121.00 


Anderson, Carol 


131.00 


Pearson, Everett 


24.00 


Attar do, Anthony 


24.00 


Petluck, Steven 


50.00 


Austin, Richard 


180.00 


Pisano, Philip 


3,649.00 


Bates, Dorothy B. 


975.32 


Pittsley, Donald 


41.00 


Bergiel, Ray 


60.00 


Player, John 


144.00 


Bohlken, C. A. 


25.00 


Prendergast, John 


173.00 


Boyd, Denise 


41.00 


Salerno, Matthew J. 


1,303.33 


Brown, Kenneth 


41.00 


Santin, Patricia 


295.00 


Butler, Paul 


41.00 


Scacia, Angelo 


46.00 


Carter, David 


41.00 


Schlemmer, Karl 


50.00 


Cerbo, James 


65.00 


Silva, Peter 


214.00 


Clasby, Frank 


41.00 


Silva, Regina 


41.00 


Connell, Paul 


125.00 


Silvia, Robert D. 


2,026.00 



200 



Startzell, Kennan 


2,026.00 


Korey, Lou 


92.00 


Sterling, Robert 


75.00 


Lagace, Paul 


46.00 


Stoddard, Jack 


41.00 


Pendergast, Brian 


25.00 


Straughn, Harold 


41.00 


Toti, Sal 


24.00 


Strondak, Alan 


82.00 


Bush, Cathy 


108.00 


Sullivan, James 


3,178.00 


Richardi, Ann 


244.00 


Sweeney, Torin 


1,564.00 


Emmanuello, Dianne 


324.00 


Wong, David 


82.00 


Chandler, Greg 


164.00 


Trask, Mark 


134.83 


Barrett, Robert 


41.00 


Viafore, Karen 


143.50 


Deghetto, David 


41.00 


Walsh, John 


41.00 


Hansen, Peter 


60.00 


Walsh, Michael 


18.00 


Adams, William 


108.00 


Watson, James 


1,302.00 


Devine, Dennis 


25.00 


White, Maureen 


25.00 


Reid, John 


100.00 


White, WiUiam 


55.00 


Pompeo, Roger 


500.00 


Dodge, Randolph 


41.00 


Colarusso, George 


123.00 


Shultz, Robert 


35.00 


Perry, Robert 


164.00 


Shultz, David 


15.00 


Mortimer, Walt 


41.00 


Trent, Mark 


41.00 


Donovan, John 


41.00 


Peckham, James 


53.00 


Mortimer, Brian 


24.00 


Schiarizzi, Richard 


133.00 


Bennett, Richard 


41.00 


Laurie, Suzanne 


41.00 


Chandler, Neil 


36.00 


Murray, Janice 


41.00 


Conroy, Henry 


111.00 


McPherson, Vicky 


41.00 


Getchell, Mark 


46.00 


Dahymple, Susan 


1,024.10 


Jakub, David 


82.00 


Amaral, Edward 


1,322.66 


Lee, Thomas 


24.00 


Boggs, Eugene 


72.00 


Lynch, Stephen 


46.00 


Donahue, Robert 


210.00 


Magnarelli, John 


46.00 


Lee, Mary 


29.00 


Mazzamurro, Donna 


82.00 


Lannin-Cotton, M. 


87.00 


McCann, William 


41.00 


Milbert, Phillip 


137.50 


Mulcahy, Brendan 


50.00 


Najarian, Warren 


36.00 


Roos, Albert 


46.00 


Sangster, Stephen 


108.00 


Silberstein, Vicki 


54.00 


Sullivan, Joseph 


29.00 


Tobin, Steve 


111.00 


Walsh, David 


29.00 


Davis, Linwood L. 


174.40 


Ward, Glenn 


29.00 


Finegan, Thomas P. 


407.03 


Alban, Mark 


37.50 


Hernan, Thomas 


207.40 


Brennan, Michael 


58.00 


Litchfield, William 


174.44 


Driscoll, Maryann 


126.00 


McGaffigan, Paul 


174.44 


ElUs, Robert 


159.00 


Wenzlow, Eric W. 


232.54 


Hietala, WilHam 


72.00 


DeSantis, Charles 


50.00 


Holmes, Brooks 


87.00 


Doyle, Francis 


41.00 


Littlefield, Kenneth 


25.00 


Everidge, Jackie 


24.00 


Markham, David 


29.00 


Livingstone, Stan 


46.00 


Wakelin, Robert 


36.00 


Phelan, Jerrold 


36.00 


Szachowicz, William 


36.00 


Pickel, Jim 


41.00 


Gugliotta, Joseph 


37.50 


Fitzsimmons, Scott 


30.00 


Kelliher, James 


36.00 


Furze, Bill 


41.00 


Molloy, Richard 


36.00 


Walter, Helene 


41.00 


Pumphret, Frank 


58.00 


Shaw, James 


46.00 


Shacochis, Norman 


58.00 


Solis, Daniel 


24.00 


Smith, Gary 


1,080.00 


Dabesse, Ruth 


54.00 


Wilson, Stephen 


945.00 


Begin, Donald 


46.00 


Magner, Daniel 


1,620.00 


Coyne, John 


46.00 


Howe, John 


46.00 


Doran, Clive 


25.00 



— 201 



Everett, Peter 


25.00 


Soule, Eleanor 


4,588.35 


Goldman, Michael 


71.00 


Rhodes, Kathleen 


1,806.14 


Pucillo, Andrea 


41.00 


Partridge, Gail 


649.04 


Smart, Ian 
Kernan, James 


30.00 
24.00 


Total 


58,566.33 


Chatterton, Kim 


40.00 


POLICE 




Murray, George 
Flaherty, Scott 


32.50 
150.00 


Cogill, Brian 
Grassie, Frederick 


436.00 
398.00 


Smith, Dale 


65.00 


Jackson, Robert W. 


340.00 


Sargent, Ruthann 


495.00 


Jones, Clifton 


136.00 


Total 


44,129.31 


Pomarico, David 
Small, John 


194.00 
408,00 


LUNCHROOM PAYROLL 




Abbadessa, Richard 


136.00 


Ainslie, Cora 


7,912.78 


Coyle, Alfred D. 


68.00 


Dooley, Roseann 


8,023.17 


Conte, John 


136.00 


Jacobucci, Eileen 


3,742.87 


Welch, John Francis 


68.00 


McNeil, Jeannette 


7,909.92 


Yocum, Richard 


136.00 


Prendergast, Shirley 


10.08 


Reno, Leonard 


68.00 


Ricketts, Frances 
Salyards, Joyce 
Salyards, Mildred 


4,892.89 

2,925.79 

11,043.75 


Total 
Report Totals 


2,524.00 
6,531,150.40 


SinopoH, Elizabeth 


5,061.55 







Town Accountant 

To the Board of Selectmen and Citizens of Cohasset: 

Submitted herewith is my annual report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 
This report includes the following schedules: 

GENERAL FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

4. State and County Assessments 

SPECIAL REVENUE FUND: 

1 . Balance Sheet (Combined) 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
Federal Revenue Sharing 

3. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
Special Revenue Funds 

4. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
Highway Improvements 



1986. 



202 



WATER FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Retained Earnings: 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND: 

1, Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
2- 1 Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

DEFERRED REVENUE 

1 . Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Changes in Fund Balance 

TRUST FUNDS: 

Combined Statement of Changes in Fund Balances 

GENERAL LONG-TERM DEBT GROUP OF ACCOUNTS: 

Statement of General Long-Term Debt 

The following are unpaid bills relative to fiscal year 1986: 
Vendor 
Warner & Stackpole 

Re: Legal Fees 
Camp, Dresser & McKee, Inc. 

Re: Engineering Services 
P. A. Landers, Inc. 

Re: Landfill Material 
P. A. Landers, Inc. 

Re: Landfill Material 
Social Service League of Cohasset, Inc. 

Re: Meals Served 
Roche, Carens & DeOiacomo 

Re: Legal Services 
Civil Designs, Inc. 

Re: Professional Services 



Funds for the payment of these bills shall be appropriated at the next special town 
meeting. 

I wish to express my thanks to all Town Departments, Town Employees, Boards 
and Commissions for the cooperation I have received this past year. A special thanks is 
given to the hard-working accounting staff. 

I am proud to serve the Town of Cohasset and will continue to work diligently 
toward insuring that its financial records are kept in the same professional manner as 
they have in the past. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jo-Ann M. Whittemore 

Certified Governmental Accountant 

Town Accountant 



Department 


Amount 


Board of Health 


$11,098.58 


Board of Health 


3,555.07 


Board of Health 


1,546.70 


Board of Health 


7,233.50 


Council on Aging 


21.60 


Law Department 


5,123.54 


Planning Board 


828.02 


Total 


29,407.01 



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TOWN OF COHASSET Schedule GF-2 

General Fund 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1986 



Property Taxes (Net of Provision for Abatements $121,787.10) 
Real Estate 
Personal Property 
Tax Liens Redeemed 
Deferred Real Estate Tax Redemption 



Fines: 
District Court of East Norfolk 
Parking Fines 

Licenses and Permits: 
Selectmen: 

Alcoholic Beverages 

Facilities Permits 

All Other (less $10.00 refund) 
Town Clerk — Gasoline Storage 
Police Department — licenses and permits 
Building Department: 

Gas 

Plumbing 

Building permits and certificates 

Inspections 
Wire Department — Permits 
Board of Health (less $40.00 refund) 
Harbor Department (less $282.00 refund) 

Grants from State: 
Schools: 

Chapter 70 Aid 

Transportation of Pupils CH 71 Sec 7 A 

School Related Trans CH 71A 

Construction of School Projects CH645 
Highv^ays: 

Highway Fund 

Highway & Transit Fringe MBTA Communities 

Non-MDC Communities 1984, CH 188 
Lottery, Beano Charity Games 
Addtl. Asst. General fund Appro, to Local Aid Fund 
MBTA Reimbursement for 1985 Assessment 
Reimbursement for loss of taxes: 

Veterans, blind and elderly 
Veterans Services — reimbursements 
Additional Aid to Public Libraries 

Total General Revenue 



$6,797,887.74 




95,740.42 




29,632.24 




37,930.06 


$6,839,403.36 


17,740.00 




5,970.04 


23,710.04 


14,310.00 




20,456.00 




3,224.00 




725.00 




281.00 




1,427.00 




7,443.00 




68,206.00 




960.00 




3,067.00 




11,859.00 




23,848.00 


155,806.00 


519,330.00 




73,278.00 




8,315.00 




58,448.37 




42,061.00 




19,400.00 




4,792.00 




103,618.00 




489,524.00 




102,239.00 




7,936.61 




9,732.09 




2,080.00 


1,440,754.07 




$8,459,673.47 



Commercial Revenue: 
Special Assessments — Sewer: 
Fiscal 1986 
Prior Years 
Paid in Advance 



1,923.26 
134.50 
350.00 



2,407.76 



— 208 



Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes: 
1983 and prior 
1984 
1985 
1986 

(Less Refunds) 
Vessel Excise Taxes (less refund $75.00) 
Total Commercial Revenue 



2,283.85 

3,420.25 

160,106.08 

363,181.59 

528,991.87 
6,926.09 



522,065.78 

8,924.00 

$533,397.54 



Departmental Revenue: 
Planning Board: 
Topographical Maps 
Filing Fees 
Enginering Fees (less $1,500.00 refund) 

Zoning Board of Appeals — Fees and Miscellaneous 
Conservation Commission — Filing Fees 
Selectmen— Miscellaneous 
Treasurer-Collector — Fees for services 
Town Clerk — Fees for services 
PoHce— Miscellanous 

Surcharge for Off-Duty Details 

Fire: 
Ambulance Service (less refund ($75.00) 
Inspections and Miscellaneous 
Accident Insurance reimbursement for compensation 

Building Inspector— Miscellaneous 
Sealer of Weights and Measurers— Fees 
Dog Officer— Fees 
Board of Health: 

Engineering Fees 

Disposal Area Fees 

Dumping Fees from Private Landfill 

Recycling Income 

Miscellaneous 

Blue Cross Restrospective Refund 
Sewer: 

User Charges 
Harbor — Application Fees — Miscellaneous 
Schools— Non Resident Tuition 
Miscellaneous 

Library Fines and Forfeits 
Recreation Program Fees 
Cemeteries — Burials 

Total Department Revenue 



185.00 

1,850.00 

18,015.52 



1,003.32 
593.50 



34,137.65 
1,800.00 
2,134.29 



2,105.00 

21,232.00 

25,087.50 

769.60 



20,050.52 

2,263.47 

250.00 

1,430.09 

14,183.73 

4,886.55 

1,596.82 



38,071.94 

531.00 
509.00 
415.00 



Unclassified Revenue: 
Rents 
Use of Town Hall 



302.43 


49,496.53 




70,799.00 




19,595.46 




201.33 


3,460.00 




916.85 


4,376.85 




8,247.73 




7,869.00 




6,375.00 




$251,149.02 


6,585.00 




1,734.65 


8,319.65 



209 



Interest: 

Deposits and Investments 
Sewer Assessments 
Property Taxes 
Motor Vehicle Excise 

Total Revenues 

Less: 

Current Year Expenditures 

Prior Year's Appropriation Expenditures 

Encumbrances and Continued Appropriations 

Excess of Revenues Over Expenditures 



94,839.18 

848.77 

58,359.31 

1,684.56 



155,731.82 





9,408,271.50 


8,864,529.63 




34,495.09 




214,213.52 


9,113,238.24 



295.033.26 



Other Financing Sources: Annual Town Meeting 



Transfers from Trust Funds: 




Wheelwright Park 


1,600.00 


Wadleigh Park 


400.00 


Robert Charles BilHngs-Pratt 


300.00 


Libraries 


5,000.00 


Woodside Cemetery 


6,000.00 


Beechwood Cemetery 


1,000.00 



State- Aid to Libraries 
Dog Licenses from county 

State Reimb. RE: Certain Chemicals 

Audubon Proceeds 

Federal Revenue Sharing 

Interest on Bond Proceeds 

Other transfers from Trust Funds not budgeted: 

North Cohasset Cemetery 625.50 

James W. Nichols 250.00 

Alice and Walter Shubruk 1 ,000.00 

Major Wm. Arthur Fund 900.00 

Wm. Ripley Jr., Fund 848.05 

Margaret Mary Hardy Scholarship 1 1 ,000.00 

Insurance Reimbursements 2,487.36 

Total Other Financing Sources 

Other Financing Uses: 

State and County Assessments 

Expenditures from Trust Funds not budgeted: 

North Cohasset Cemetery — Maintenance 823.50 

James W. Nichols— Scholarship 250.00 

Alice & Walter Shubruk— Scholarship 1 ,000.00 

Major Wm. Arthur Scholarship 900.00 

Ripley Fund— Athletics 848.05 

Margaret Mary Hardy Scholarship 11,000.00 



14,300.00 

3,587.00 

375.99 

2,468.00 

25,024.00 

96,000.00 

846.17 



310,269.00 



14,821.55 



142,601.16 



17,110.91 
162,199.43 



Total Other Financing Uses 



(325,090.55) 



Unreserved Fund Balance July 1, 1985 
Add: Prior Year Encumbrances Closed 
Appropriations from Unreserved 
Fund Balance in Fiscal 1986 



1,007,158.37 
101,174.00 

850,174.33 



951,348.33 



— 210 — 



Less: Underestimates of Fiscal 1986 

State and County Assessments 1 ,946.21 

Encumbrances for Expenditures in Fiscal 1987 214,213.52 

Appropriated for Fiscal 1987 Expenditures 349,702.68 

Appropriated for Fiscal 1986 464,821.52 (1,030,683.93 ) 

Unreserved Fund Balance June 30, 1986 927,822.77 



— 211 



REPORT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES Schedule GF-3 

FISCAL 86 CLOSE OUT LEDGER— GENERAL FUND 

Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 3 Selectmen 

Elected Officials 5,500.00 5,500.00 

Clerical Salaries 24,545.00 27,165.03 3,200.00 579.97 

Temporary Employees 2,697.00 25.19 2,141.73 530.08 

Schd#101 Pers. Services 32,742.00 25.19 34,806.76 3,200.00 1,110.05 

R & M Office Equipment 400.00 458.50 159.00 100.50 

Advertising 600.00 4,445.72 3,788.00 57.72- 

Telephone 1,400.00 1,525.98 125.00 .98- 

Office Supplies & Expenses 1,000.00 1,257.08 150.00 107.08- 

Postage 550.00 585.10 35.00 .10- 

Printing & Stationery 225.00 1,703.55 1,478.50 .05- 

Facility Permits 1,550.00 1,350.18 199.82 

Recycling Shed/Eagle Scout Project 100.00 100.00 

Travel & Meetings 1,300.00 1,984.43 700.00 15.57 

Dues 1,000.00 938.00 62.00 

Schd#102 General Exp. 8,025.00 100.00 14,248.54 6,535.50 211.96 

Office Equipment & Furniture 3,547.00 5,717.73 2,277.96 107.23 

Schd#103 Capital Outlay 3,547.00 5,717.73 2,277.96 107.23 

Photocopy Rental 3,000.00 3,408,91 35.97 372.94- 

Photocopy Supplies 1,500.00 1,127.06 372.94 

Schd #108 Equip. Rental 4,500.00 4,535.97 35.97 

Other Professional Services 10,000.00 20,968.64 16,886.03 5,917.39 

Schd #116 Collect. Bargain 10,000.00 20,968.64 16,886.03 5,917.39 

Unemployment Insurance 2,691.00 2,691.00 

Schd #124 Unempl. Ins. 2,691.00 2,691.00 

Office Supplies & Exp. 1,449.61 1,675.00 225.39 

Schd. #129 Fire Search Comm. 1,449.61 1,675.00 225.39 

Legal Services 3,142.75 3,142.75 

Schd. #146 Unpaid Bills FY 1985 3,142.75 3,142.75 
Production of Reproduction 

Mylars/Watershed Zones 2,000.00 2,000.00 

Schd. #197 TM June 17, 1985 2,000.00 2,000.00 

Feasibihty Study 

'Tittle Harbor" 12,000.00 12,000.00 

Schd. #198 Art. 7 4/5/86 12,000.00 12,000.00 

Dept. No. 3 Selectmen 58,814.00 12,125.19 89,561.00 50,444.21 7,572.02 

Dept. No. 4 Executive Secretary 

Department Head 28,000.00 35,730.00 7,730.00 

Schd #101 Pers. Services 28,000.00 35,730.00 7,730.00 

Travel «& Meetings 615.00 552.95 62.05 

Mileage Allowance 300.00 360.90 60.90- 

Dues 250.00 250.00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 1,165.00 913.85 251.15 

Dept. No. 4 Exec. Secretary 29,165.00 36,643.85 7,730.00 251.15 



— 212 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 5 Parking Clerk 

Data Processing Services 1,500.00 843.82 656.18 

Office Suplies & Exp. 

843.82 656.18 

843.82 656.18 



Schd#102 General Exp. 


1,500.00 


Dept. No. 5 Parking Clerk 


1,500.00 


Dept. No. 9 Moderator 




Elected Official 


125.00 


Schd#101 Pers. Services 


125.00 


Dept. No. 9 Moderator 


125.00 


Dept. No. 11 Advisory Committee 


Wages — Part Time 


75.00 


Clerical Salaries 


250.00 


Schd#101 Pers. Services 


325.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


115.00 


Postage 


30.00 


Travel & Meetings 




Dues 


90.00 


Schd. #102 General Exp. 


235.00 


Dept. No. 11 Advisory Comm. 


560.00 



Dept. No. 13 Reserve Fund 

Transfers 110,000.00 

Schd #138 Reserve Fund 110,000.00 

Dept. No. 13 Reserve Fund 110,000.00 

Dept. No. 15 Elections & Town Meeting 

Salaries— Part Time 1,307.00 

Temporary Employees 2,347.00 

Schd #101 Pers. Services 3,654.00 

Voting Machine Services 824.00 

Office Supplies & Expenses 250.00 

Postage 977.00 

Printing & Stationery 2,500.00 

Posting Notices 30.00 

Transp. Election Materials 10.00 

Travel & Meetings 25.00 

Dues 8.00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 4,624.00 
Office Equip. & Furniture 
Schd #103 Capital Outlay 
Printing & Stationery 
Schd. #146 Unpaid Bills FY 1985 

Dept. No. 15 Elections & TM 8,278.00 

Dept. No. 19 Town Reports 

Advertising 75.00 

Book Binding 100.00 

Printing & Stationery 5,000.00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 5,175.00 

Dept. No. 19 Town Reports 5,175.00 



125.00 
125.00 
125.00 







75.00 


229.15 




20.85 


229.15 




95.85 


8.66 




106.34 


22.00 




8.00 


60.00 




60.00 


90.00 






180.66 




54.34 


409.81 




150.19 


40,754.90 


69,245.10 




40,754.90 


69,245.10 




40,754.90 


69,245.10 




1,307.00 






4,843.27 


2,941.05 


444.78 


6,150.27 


2,941.05 


444.78 


967.65 


143.65 




243.97 




6.03 


1,583.18 


812.05 


205.87 


4,484.25 


1,764.35 


219.90 


195.00 


150.00 


15.00 


30.00 


20.00 




25.00 


25.00 


25.00 


10.00 




2.00 


7,539.05 


2,915.05 




240.00 


240.00 




240.00 


240.00 




222.35 


222.35 




222.35 


222.35 




14,151.67 


6,318.45 


444.78 

75.00 
100.00 


5,474.00 


299.00 


175.00 


5,474.00 


299.00 




5,474.00 


299.00 





-213 



A 


ppropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 25 Town Accountant 








Department Head 


34,508.00 


23,578.23 




10,929.77 


Clerical Salaries 


27,557.00 


26,800.78 




756.22 


Longevity 




200.00 




200.00- 


Schd#101 Pers. Services 


62,065.00 


50,579.01 




11,485.99 


In-Service Training 


225.00 


110.00 




115.00 


R & M Office Equipment 


120.00 


130.46 




10.46- 


Telephone 


1,164.00 


1,492.53 


387.50 


58.97 


Office Supplies 


800.00 


981.07 




181.07- 


Postage 


25.00 


26.40 




1.40- 


Travel & Meetings 


400.00 


1,027.04 


665.00 


37.96 


Dues 


15.00 


65.00 




50.00- 


Subscriptions 


350.00 


404.00 


85.00 


31.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


3,099.00 


4,236.50 


1,137.50 




Office Equip. & Furniture 


80.00 


708.47 


654.95 


26.48 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


80.00 


708.47 


654.95 


26.48 


Computer Maintenance 


9,147.00 


9,841.20 


200.00 


494.20- 


Telephone 


350.00 


492.99 




142.99- 


Motor Vehicle Excise 










Tape Conversion 


500.00 


137.27 




362.73 


Computer Sup. & Exp. 


750.00 


608.29 




141.71 


Computer Paper/Forms 


1,224.00 


1,091.25 




132.75 


Schd #109 Central Computer 


11,971.00 


12,171.00 


200.00 




Upgrade Computer 


1,805.00 453.58 


1,351.42 






Schd #194 Art 3 June 17, 1985 


1,805.00 453.58 


1,351.42 






Dept. No. 25 TownAcct. 


79,0^.06 453.58 


69,046.40 


1,992.45 


11,512.47 


Dept. No. 29 Assessors 










Elected Officials 


3,700.00 


3,700.00 






Wages— Part Time 


6,967.00 




826.20 


7,793.20 


Clerical Salaries 


14,379.00 


25,326.54 


2,462.52 


8,485.02- 


Temporary Employees 






1,222.92 


1,222.92 


Longevity 


250.00 


250.00 






Schd #101 Pers. Services 


25,296.00 


29,276.54 


4,511.64 


531.10 


In-Service Training 


300.00 






300.00 


R & M Office Equipment 


85.00 


25.00 




60.00 


Professional Assessor 


8,820.00 


9,040.00 




220.00- 


Maintenance of Maps 


5,000.00 


4,310.00 


690.00 




Telephone 


375.00 


396.11 




21.11- 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


500.00 


553.64 




53.64- 


Postage 


250.00 


475.86 




225.86- 


Printing & Stationery 


1,300.00 


785.68 




514.32 


Posting Notices 


30.00 






30.00 


Property Transfers 


175.00 


167.54 




7.46 


Travel & Meetings 


150.00 


336.48 




186.48- 


Dues 


128.00 


106.00 




22.00 


Subscriptions 


107.00 


120.00 




13.00- 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


17,220.00 


16,316.31 




903.69 


Office Equip. & Furniture 


80.00 


47.97 




32.03 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


80.00 


47.97 




32.03 


Revalue Real Estate 


8,700.00 


55,610.00 


64,310.00 





214 — 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 29 Assessors(cont.) 








Schd. #190, Art. 22 April 4, 


1985 8,700.00 


55,610.00 


64,310.00 




Dept. No. 29 Assessors 


42,596.00 8,700.00 


101,250.82 


68,821.64 


1,466.82 


Dept. No. 35 Treasurer-Collector 








Elected Officials 


26,526.00 


26,526.00 






Clerical Salaries 


31,821.00 


33,206.95 


648.00 


737.95 


Longevity 


150.00 


150.00 






Differential Pay 






744.92 


744.92 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


58,497.00 


59,882.95 


1,392.92 


6.97 


Bank Services 




5,177.14 


5,000.00 


177.14 


In-Service Training 


250.00 


208.63 




41.37 


Tax Titles 




5,530.00 


8,750.00 


3,220.00 


R & M Office Equipment 


75.00 






75.00 


Data Processing Services 


1,700.00 


549.79 




1,150.21 


Telephone 


750.00 


1,390.04 


540.00 


100.04 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


832.00 


1,063.31 


65.14 


166.17 


Postage 


4,166.00 


4,727.77 


460.00 


101.77 


Printing & Stationery 


360.00 


423.49 




63.49 


Note Certification 


275.00 


59.80 




215.20 


Tax Liens 


300.00 


300.00 






Bond Registration Exp. 


324.00 






324.00 


Travel & Meetings 


120.00 


558.94 




438.94 


Dues 


80.00 


80.00 






Schd #102 General Exp. 


9,232.00 


20,068.91 


14,815.14 


3,978.23 


Office Equip. & Furniture 


600.00 


600.00 






Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


600.00 


600.00 






Dept. No. 35 Treas-Collector 68,329.00 


80,551.86 


16,208.06 


3,985.20 


Dept. 39 Town Clerk 










Elected Officials 


19,950.00 


19,950.00 






Clerical Salaries 


12,698.00 


13,117.86 


420.00 


.14 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


32,648.00 


33,067.86 


420.00 


.14 


R & M Office Equipment 


80.00 


135.08 




55.08 


Telephone 


420.00 


401.22 


17.00 


35.78 


Book Binding 


100.00 




36.91 


136.91 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


250.00 


505.72 




255.72 


Postage 


220.00 


221.96 




1.96 


Printing & Stationery 


25.00 






25.00 


Travel & Meetings 


163.00 


17.93 


25.00 


170.07 


Dues 


25.00 


80.00 




55.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


1,283.00 


1,361.91 


78.91 




Computer Terminal 


29.25 


29.25 






Office Equip. & Furniture 


666.75 


666.75 






Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


696.00 


696.00 






Book Binding 




53.40 


53.40 




Schd. #146 Unpaid Bills FY-1985 


53.40 


53.40 




Dept. No. 39 Town Clerk 


34,627.00 


35,179.17 


552.31 


.14 



215- 



A 


ppropriation Carry Fo 


rward Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 45 Law 










Legal Services 


12,000.00 


16,241.08 


4,241.08 




Schd#102 General Exp. 


12,000.00 


16,241.08 


4,241.08 




Legal Services 


76,387.40 


81,049.29 


4,661.89 




Schd#128 Town Counsel 


76,387.40 


81,049.29 


4,661.89 




Legal Services 




1,315.00 


1,315.00 




Schd #146 Unpaid Bills F'85 




1,315.00 


1,315.00 




Dept. No. 45 Law 


88,387.40 


98,605.37 


10,217.97 




Dept. No. 47 Personnel Committee 








Office Supplies & Expenses 


100.00 


30.97 




69.03 


Postage 


50.00 


4.00 




46.00 


Dues 


70.00 


50.00 




20.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


220.00 


84.97 




135.03 


Training for Dept. 


2,175.00 


2,175.00 




Consultants to Study & Make 










Rec. to Class. System 




12,236.75 


18,000.00 


5,763.25 


Schd. #195 Special TM Dec. 9 


1985 2,175.00 12,236.75 


20,175.00 


5,763.25 


Dept. No. 47 Personnel Comm 


. 220.00 2,175.00 12,321.72 


20,175.00 


5,898.28 


Dept. No. 61 Zoning Board 










Clerical Salaries 


1,814.00 


1,813.91 




.09 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


1,814.00 


1,813.91 




.09 


Advertising 


1,500.00 


1,624.64 


120.00 


4.64- 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


200.00 


186.42 




13.58 


Postage 


250.00 


237.20 




12.80 


Dues 


30.00 


30.00 






Schd #102 General Exp. 


1,980.00 


2,078.26 


120.00 


21.74 


Dept. No. 61 Zoning Board 


3,794.00 


3,892.17 


120.00 


21.83 


Dept. No. 63 Planning Board 










Clerical Salaries 


2,443.00 


35.06 




2,407.94 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


2,443.00 


35.06 




2,407.94 


Advertising 


300.00 


760.96 




460.96- 


Engineering Services 


14,170.50 


24,734.13 


10,000.00 


626.63 - 


Other Professional Services 


800.00 






800.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


200.00 


99.46 




100.54 


Postage 


75.00 


57.68 




17.32 


Printing & Stationery 


100.00 


110.00 




10.00- 


Other Expenses 


300.00 


77.50 




222.50 


Dues 


60.00 


60.00 






Schd #102 General Exp. 


15,942.50 


25,899.73 


10,000.00 


42.77 


Office Equip. & Furniture 


425.00 






425.00 


Sched#103 Capital Outlay 


425.00 






425.00 


Maintenance of Maps 




337.00 


400.00 


63.00 


Schd. #191 Sp. TM April 6, 1985 


337.00 


400.00 


63.00 


Dept. No. 63 Planning Board 


18,810.50 


26,271.79 


10,400.00 


2,938.71 



216 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. 65 Town Hall 












Custodial Services 


14,906.00 




14,953.84 




47.84 


Temporary Employees 


200.00 




152.16 




47.84 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


15,106.00 




15,106.00 






Electricity 


4,800.00 




5,316.86 




516.86 


Fuel 


4,000.00 




3,453.04 




546.96 


Rental & Service of Water Cooler 480.00 




456.14 




23.86 


Building Maintenance 


1,100.00 




2,311.75 


1,112.25 


99.50 


Custodial Supplies 


850.00 




804.46 




45.54 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


11,230.00 




12,342.25 


1,112.25 




Exterior Painting 


1,988.07 




4,295.57 




2,307.50 


Communications Systems 


7.50 






2,300.00 


2,307.50 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


1,995.57 




4,295.57 


2,300.00 




Repairs to Town Hall 






3,538.00 


3,538.00 




Capital Improvements 




650.73 


4,712.27 


5,363.00 




Air Conditioning/TH Offices 




7,735.00 


3,162.00 


10,897.00 




Schd #197 TM June 17, 1985 




8,385.73 


11,412.27 


19,798.00 




Dept. No. 65 Town Hall 


28,331.57 


8,385.73 


43,156.09 


23,210.25 




Dept. No. 66 Town Buildings 












Electricity 


250.00 




505.34 


500.00 


244.66 


Fuel 


1,000.00 




846.27 




153.73 


Water Service 


1,160.00 




1,052.55 




107.45 


Building Maintenance 


800.00 




1,146.17 




346.17 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


3,210.00 




3,550.33 


500.00 


159.67 


Exterior Painting 






6,874.43 


7,300.00 


425.57 


Bates Bldg. Maint. 


1,518.00 




1,450.00 




68.00 


Communications System 


1,900.00 




1,884.00 




16.00 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


3,418.00 




10,208.43 


7,300.00 


509.57 


No. Cohasset Bldg. 












Painting & Repairs 


8,100.00 




8,040.45 




59.55 


Schd #172 Art 14 June 18 1984 


8,100.00 




8,040.45 




59.55 


Inter. Reno v. 1st Floor 












Bates Bldg. 


2,854.47 


379.47 


2,475.00 






Schd. #173 Art 15 June 18, 1984 2,854.47 


379.47 


2,475.00 






Repairs & Improv. 












John Smith Memorial 


1,002.03 


262.74 


739.29 






Schd. #174, Art 46 June 18, 1984 1,002.03 


262.74 


739.29 






Plans/Specs TH Addtn. 




6,000.00 


14,000.00 


20,000.00 




Schd. #184 Art 13 4/6/85 




6,000.00 


14,000.00 


20,000.00 




Replacement Sills/Bates Bldg 






5,000.00 


5,000.00 




Schd. #197 TM 6/17/85 






5,000.00 


5,000.00 




Dept. No. 66 Town Buildings 


18,584.50 


6,642.21 


44,013.50 


32,800.00 


728.79 


Dept. No. 71 Pensions 












Pension Costs 


269,624.00 




269,624.00 






Schd #118 Norfolk Co. 












Retirement System 


269,624.00 




269,624.00 






Non-Contributory Exp. 


5,200.00 




4,416.02 




783.98 


Schd #119 Non-Con Pensions 


5,200.00 




4,416.02 




783.98 


Pension Costs 


50,000.00 




50,000.00 






Schd #120 Sp. Ret. Fund 


50,000.00 




50,000.00 






Dept. No. 71 Pensions 


324,824.00 




324,040.02 




783.98 



— 217 



Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure 
Amount to New Year Amount 



Transfer 
Amount 



Closed to 
Revenue 



Dept. No. 76 Insurance 










Workers' Compensation 


43,612.00 


42,709.00 




903.00 


Added to Fiscal 1986 










Approp. for Insurance 






250,000.00 


250,000.00 


General Liability 


21,504.00 


100,622.00 




79,118.00 


Fire 


27,388.00 


124.00 




27,264.00 


Boilers 


1,232.00 


1,923.00 




691.00 


Watercraft 


693.00 


29,208.00 




28,515.00 


Inland Marine 


1,313.00 






1,313.00 


Crime Bond- All Employees 


995.00 


1,584.00 




589.00 


Surety 


770.00 


1,084.00 




314.00 


Motor Vehicles 


20,422.00 


1,627.00 




18,795.00 


Valuable Papers & Accts. Rec. 


419.00 






419.00 


Call Firemen Disability etc. 


377.00 


340.00 




37.00 


Public Officials & 










Employee Liability 


2,442.00 


2,331.00 




111.00 


Police Professional Liability 


4,821.00 


11,664.00 




6,843.00 


Police & Fire Accident 


5,393.00 


13,330.00 




7,937.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


131,381.00 


206,546.00 


250,000.00 


174,835.00 


Life Insurance 


1,836.00 


2,352.96 




516.96 


Health Insurance 


285.000.00 


258,342.95 




26,657.05 


Schd#123 Group Ins. 


286,836.00 


260,695.91 




26,140.09 


Dept. No. 76 Insurance 


418,217.00 


467,241.91 


250,000.00 


200,975.09 


Dept. No. 91 Unclassified 










Gas Pump Maintenance 


275.00 


115.58 




159.42 


Flags 


190.00 


120.10 




69.90 


Unclassified Supplies & Expense 65 .00 


93.18 




28.18 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


530.00 


328.86 




201.14 


Flagpole Maintenance 


700.00 


625.00 




75.00 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


700.00 


625.00 




75.00 


Hydrogeological/Sanitary 










Eng. Study 










re water contamination 


13,598.60 


13,598.60 






Schd#155 Art. 1 1/17/84 


13,598.60 


13,598.60 






Eng Study/Watershed Area 


8,761.84 


8,760.65 




1.19 


Schd #183 Art 47 June 18 1984 


8,761.84 


8,760.65 




1.19 


Re: Hurricane Gloria 




13,253.26 


32,358.38 


19,105.12 


Hydrogeological/Sanitary 










Eng. Study/ Water Contam 




5,000.00 


5,000.00 




Schd. #195 Sp.TM Dec. 9, 1985 


18,253.26 


37,358.38 


19,105.12 


Const. & Inst. Signs 










Railroad Bed 




463.32 


500.00 


36.68 


Repairs/ Roadway & 










Ret. Wall/ Jerusalem Rd. 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 




Schd. #197 TM June 17, 1985 


1,000.00 463.32 


1,500.00 


36.68 


Dept. No. 91 Unclassified 


23,590.44 1,000.00 42,029.69 


38,858.38 


19,419.13 


Dept. No. 101 Police Department 








Department Head 


32,584.00 


35,740.27 


1,853.02 


1,303.25 


Salaries — Full Time 


337,109.00 


381,326.60 


36,575.75 


7,641.85 


Custodial Services 


1,500.00 


1,634.07 




134.07 


Overtime 


51,522.00 


88,037.78 


28,848.00 


7,667.78 



218 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 101 Police Department (cont.) 








Longevity 


4,750.00 


4,750.00 






Educational Credits 


3,300.00 


3,100.00 




200.00 


Paid Holidays 


16,588.00 


18,739.10 


1,692.66 


458.44 


Differential Pay 






20,415.01 


20,415.01 


Schd#101 Pers. Services 


447,353.00 


533,327.82 


89,384.44 


3,409.62 


Uniform Allowance 


7,650.00 


7,183.57 




466.43 


Cleaning Service 


900.00 


896.92 




3.08 


In-Service Training 


1,200.00 






1,200.00 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


6,000.00 


4,950.68 




1,049.32 


R & M Office Equip. 


1,000.00 


1,204.79 




204.79 


Radio & Equip. Maint. 


2,000.00 


2,923.03 




923.03 


Medical Expense 


500.00 


2,099.49 


1,000.00 


599.49 


Safety Education 


250.00 


250.00 






Telephone 


4,500.00 


3,680.32 




819.68 


Court Expenses 


500.00 


80.00 




420.00 


Care of Prisoners 


250.00 


50.79 




199.21 


Gasoline 


19,750.00 


13,774.44 




5,975.56 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


1,200.00 


1,793.10 




593.10 


Printing Stationery 


1,300.00 


685.98 




614.02 


Photo SuppHes 


500.00 


495.79 




4.21 


Custodial SuppUes 


600.00 


517.60 




82.40 


Officer Accessories 


800.00 


818.58 




18.58 


Ammunition 


200.00 


199.50 




.50 


Public Safety Supplies 




62.50 




62.50 


Travel & Meetings 


150.00 


50.00 




100.00 


Dues 


150.00 


122.00 




28.00 


Subscriptions 


25.00 






25.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


49,425.00 


41,839.08 


1,000.00 


8,585.92 


Office Equip. & Furniture 


479.00 


597.00 




118.00 


Communications System 


2,532.00 


2,532.00 






2 Cruisers Net of Trade 


20,000.00 


19,882.00 




118.00 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


23,011.00 


23,011.00 






Dept. No. 101 Police Dept. 


519,789.00 


598,117.90 


90,384.44 


11,995.54 


Dept. No. 103 Fire Department 








Salaries— Full Time 










Revenue Sharing 


96,000.00 






96,000.00 


Schd.#100Fed.Rev.Shar. 


96,000.00 






96,000.00 


Department Head 


31,460.00 


34,042.25 


3,420.18 


837.93 


Salaries— Full Time 


442,305.00 


490,676.30 




48,371.30 


Call Firemen 


15,000.00 


15,000.00 






Overtime 


40,000.00 


104,141.70 


58,766.14 


5,375.56 


Longevity 


3,000.00 


3,500.00 




500.00 


Education Credits 


2,091.00 


2,626.56 




535.56 


Paid Holidays 


20,010.00 


21,807.13 




1,797.13 


Emergency Medical Tech. 


15,036.00 


17,371.65 




2,335.65 


Adj. from Collective 










Barg. Agreement 






58,722.00 


58,722.00 


Schd#101 Pers. Services 


568,902.00 


689,165.59 


120,908.32 


644.73 


Uniform Allowance 


4,398.00 


6,368.77 


1,878.00 


92.77 


Cleaning Service 


50.00 


86.91 




36.91 



— 219 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 103 Fire Department (cont.) 










In-Service Training 


2,000.00 


83.40 


1,269.29 




647.31 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


5,500.00 




17,599.75 


11,850.00 


249.75 


R & M Equipment 


500.00 




1,058.72 


740.00 


181.28 


R & M Office Equipment 


150.00 




57.37 




92.63 


Radio & Equip. Maint. 


950.00 




494.66 




455.34 


Medical Expense 


1,000.00 




1,865.99 


300.00 


565.99 


Telephone 


2,400.00 




3,593.24 




1,193.24 


Gasoline 


4,700.00 




4,151.62 




548.38 


Diesel Fuel 


1,000.00 




938.64 




61.36 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


500.00 




652.93 




152.93 


Stationery 


200.00 




83.08 




116.92 


Custodial Supplies 


700.00 




1,067.19 




367.19 


Unclassified Supplies 






258.73 


258.73 




Replacement/ Protective Gear 


1,000.00 




634.12 




365.88 


Equipment/Call Men 


1,000.00 




1,058.88 




58.88 


Hose 


1,500.00 




959.24 




540.76 


Public Safety Supplies 


2,500.00 




3,251.59 


500.00 


251.59 


Shared Ambulance Expense 


500.00 




500.00 






Travel & Meetings 


300.00 




323.60 


99.05 


75.45 


Dues 


350.00 




449.50 




99.50 


Subscriptions 






138.39 


138.00 


.39 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


31,198.00 


83.40 


46,862.21 


15,763.78 


16.17 


Equipment 


650.00 




650.00 






Office Equip. & Furniture 


300.00 




300.00 






Communications System 


10,501.00 


2,251.00 


8,250.00 






Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


11,451.00 


2,251.00 


9,200.00 






Electricity 


4,000.00 




5,261.69 


1,300.00 


38.31 


Fuel 


8,000.00 




8,798.64 


1,600.00 


801.36 


2 Telephones 


450.00 


450.00 








Building Maintenance 


3,500.00 




3,642.62 




142.62 


Schd#lll Fire & Police 












Hdqtrs. 


15,950.00 


450.00 


17,702.95 


2,900.00 


697.05 


Hydrants— Cohasset 


76,500.00 




76,500.00 






Hydrants— Hingham 












Water Co. 


10,577.00 


1,429.00 


9,160.37 


26.79 


14.42 


Schd #112 Hydrant Services 


87,077.00 


1,429.00 


85,660.37 


26.79 


14.42 


Uniform Allowance 






1,670.02 


1,670.02 




R & M Motor Veh. 






372.03 


372.03 




Medical Expense 




101.35 


4,327.04 


4,428.39 




Telephone 






82.26 


82.26 




Diesel Fuel 






187.72 


187.72 




Public Safety Supplies 






82.40 


82.40 




Schd #146 Unpaid Bills F'85 




101.35 


6,721.47 


6,822.82 




Plans & Specs for Reno v. 












Police/Fire Sta. 




20,000.00 




20,000.00 




Schd #195 Sp.TM Dec. 9, 1985 


20,000.00 




20,000.00 




Dept. No. 103 Fire Dept. 


810,578.00 


24,314.75 


855,312.49 


166,421.71 


97,372.37 


Dept. No. 109 Tree & Park 












Department Head 


23,850.00 




23,206.50 




643.50 


Wages-Permanent 


32,999.00 




30,149.12 




2,849.88 


Temporary Employees 


9,000.00 




16,141.50 


5,606.00 


1,535.50- 



— 220 — 



Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer 

Amount to New Year Amount Amount 



Closed to 
Revenue 



Dept. No. 109 Tree & Park (continued) 



Overtime 


1,000.00 


7,397.20 


5,053.19 


1,344.01 


Longevity 


150.00 


150.00 






Schd No #101 Pers. Services 


66,999.00 


77,044.32 


10,659.19 


613.87 


Uniform Allowance 


100.00 


219.98 




119.98 


Electricity 


400.00 


467.68 




67.68 


Fuel 


1,000.00 


909.32 




90.68 


Contract Tree Maintenance 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 






R & M Motor Vehicles 


2,200.00 


2,814.98 




614.98 


R & M Equipment 


2,500.00 


3,512.89 




1,012.89 


Tennis Court Maintenance 


100.00 


90.77 




9.23 


Radio & Equip. Maint. 


100.00 


30.00 




70.00 


Garage Rental 


3,600.00 


3,600.00 






Rubbish Removal 


1,150.00 


705.00 




445.00 


Advertising 


100.00 


56.94 




43.06 


Telephone 


400.00 


458.62 




58.62 


Contract Services 


500.00 


513.00 




13.00 


Gasoline 


5,250.00 


4,609.86 


1,309.57 


1,949.71 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


20.00 


64.30 




44.30 


Building Maintenance 


100.00 


34.00 




66.00 


Custodial Supplies 


100.00 


13.59 




86.41 


Tools 


800.00 


743.14 




56.86 


Insecticides & Herbicides 


1,000.00 


822.94 




177.06 


Trees 


1,200.00 


922.25 




277.75 


Unclassified Supplies 


950.00 


9,414.94 


7,396.50 


1,068.44 


Flowers 


200.00 


187.50 




12.50 


Travel & Meetings 


125.00 


36.01 




88.99 


Dues 


40.00 


45.00 




5.00 


Schd No. 102 General Exp. 


22,935.00 


31,272.71 


8,706.07 


368.36 


Equipment 


2,800.00 


2,800.00 






Radios 


650.00 


620.00 




30.00 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


3,450.00 


3,420.00 




30.00 


Wages— Permanent 


2,300.00 979.86 




1,320.14 


Temporary Employees 




70.03 




70.03 


Schd #104 Pers. Serv Tr. FD 


2,300.00 979.86 70.03 




1,250.11 


R & M Motor Vehicles 




10.75 


10.75 




Schd #146 Unpaid Bills FY '85 




10.75 


10.75 




New Cab, Chassis, Body 




15,605.00 


16,000.00 


395.00 


Schd #189, Art 18 4/6/85 




15,605.00 


16,000.00 


395.00 


Milhken Fid. Improvement 


19,965.80 34.20 


20,000.00 




Schd #197 TM 6/17/85 


19,965.80 34.20 


20,000.00 





Dept No. 109 Tree & Park 



95,684.00 20,945.66 127,457.01 55,376.01 



2,657.34 



Dept. No. Ill Harbor Department 



Department Head 


21,699.00 


Temporary Employees 


7,596.00 


Longevity 


200.00 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


29,495.00 


Uniform Allowance 


100.00 


Electricity 


450.00 


Medical Expenses 




Telephone 


400.00 



281.00 



281.00 



21,699.00 






7,441.00 


126.00 




200.00 






29,340.00 


126.00 




101.94 




1.94 


483.87 




33.87 


80.00 


80.00 




409.74 


40.00 


30.26 



— 221 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Account Name Amount to New Year 

Dept. No. Ill Harbor Department (cont.) 



54.66 



Gasoline 


1,500.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


200.00 


Postage 


125.00 


Building Maintenance 


100.00 


Wharf & Float Maintenance 


450.00 


Boat Maintenance 


700.00 


Marine Supplies 


800.00 


Travel & Meetings 


300.00 


Dues 


35.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


5,160.00 


Building Maintenance 


1,000.00 


Equipment 


1,940.00 


Fix Steps/Pier & 4 Walls 




Lawrence Wharf 


500.00 


Office Equip. & Furniture 


250.00 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


3,690.00 


Dredging Lawrence Wharf 


8,408.12 


Schd #140 Approp. Forward 


8,408.12 


Dept. No. Ill Harbor Dept. 


46,753.12 


Dept. No. 112 Shellfish Const 


. 


Salaries — Part Time 


500.00 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


500.00 


Office Supphes & Expenses 


50.00 


Posting Notices 


75.00 


Mileage Allowance 


60.00 


Dues 


35.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


220.00 


Dept. No. 112 Shellfish Const. 


720.00 


Dept. No. 113 Building Inspector 


Department Head 


25,826.00 


Clerical Salaries 


12,424.00 


Temporary Employees 


250.00 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


38,500.00 


R & M Office Equipment 




Gas Inspections 


1,200.00 


Plumbing Inspections 


3,000.00 


Telephone 


500.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


200.00 


Postage 


75.00 


Printing & Stationery 


200.00 


Photo Supplies 


35.00 


Travel & Meetings 


85.00 


Mileage Allowance 


1,000.00 


Dues 


10.00 


Subscriptions 


50.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


6,355.00 


Office Equip. & Furniture 




Schd #103 Capital Outlay 




Dept. No. 113 BIdg. Insp. 


44,855.00 



54.66 



335.66 



Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


1,448.33 




51.67 


236.56 


36.56 




202.09 




77.09 


45.00 




.34 


391.90 




58.10 


866.04 


168.48 


2,44 


1,006.71 


200.00 


6.71 


300.00 






35.00 






5,607.18 


525.04 


23.20 


998.18 




1.82 


1,849.00 




91.00 


493.18 




6.82 


149.99 




100.01 


3,490.35 




199.65 
8,408.12 
8,408.12 


38,437.53 


651.04 


8,630.97 


500.00 






500.00 






93.00 




43.00 


23.62 




51.38 


57.41 




2.59 


15.00 




20.00 


189.03 




30.97 


689.03 




30.97 


25,587.84 




238.16 


11,573.52 




850.48 


105.80 


105.80 


250.00 


37,267.16 


105.80 


1,338.64 


66.99 


60.00 


6.99 


1,223.00 




23.00 


4,728.00 


2,500.00 


772.00 


495.43 




4.57 


510.43 




310.43 


113.98 




38.98 


143.05 




56.95 


319.65 




284.65 


488.36 


250.00 


153.36 


844.41 




155.59 


25.00 




15.00 
50.00 


8,958.30 


2,810.00 


206.70 


1,168.90 


1,168.90 




1,168.90 


1,168.90 




47,394.36 


4,084.70 


1,545.34 



— 222 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Qosed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 119 Weights/Measure 










Department Head 


750.00 




750.00 






Schd#101 Pers. Services 


750.00 




750.00 






Office Supplies & Expenses 


175.00 








175.00 


Travel & Meetings 


175.00 








175.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


350.00 








350.00 


Dept. No. 119 Wts/Measure 


1,100.00 




750.00 




350.00 


Dept. No. 121 Wire Department 










Department Head 


25,826.00 




25,826.00 






Wages— Permanent 


21,673.00 




21,756.48 




83.48 


Temporary Employees 


4,977.00 


633.42 


4,016.25 




327.33 


Overtime 


2,336.00 




2,453.88 


342.54 


224.66 


Longevity 


350.00 




350.00 






Schd #101 Pers. Services 


55,162.00 


633.42 


54,402.61 


342.54 


468.51 


Uniform Allowance 


100.00 




35.00 




65.00 


R & M Motor Vehicle 


600.00 




812.06 




212.06 


Radio & Equipment Maint. 


50.00 








50.00 


Gasoline 


1,300.00 




994.67 




305.33 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


50.00 








50.00 


Postage 


55.00 




54.00 




1.00 


Public Safety Supplies 


4,950.00 




5,897.41 


650.00 


297.41 


Travel & Meetings 


125.00 




105.00 




20.00 


Mileage Allowance 


1,200.00 




1,151.75 




48.25 


Dues 


55.00 




50.00 




5.00 


Schd #102 Gen. Expenses 


8,485.00 




9,099.89 


650.00 


35.11 


Equipment 


1,960.00 




1,927.62 




32.38 


Elec. Voltmeter & Leakage Tester 875 .00 




873.97 




1.03 


Schd #103 Capital Oulay 


2,835.00 




2,801.59 




33.41 


Fire Alarm Control 




16,050.00 




16,050.00 




Schd #132 Art 17, April 6, 1985 


16,050.00 




16,050.00 




Dept. No. 121 Wire Dept. 


66,482.00 


16,683.42 


66,304.09 


17,042.54 


537.03 


Dept. 131 Civil Defense 












Salaries— Part Time 


250.00 




200.00 




50.00 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


250.00 




200.00 




50.00 


Radio & Equip. Maintenance 


25.00 








25.00 


Travel & Meetings 


80.00 








80.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


105.00 








105.00 


Dept. No. 131 Civil Defense 


355.00 




200.00 




155.00 


Dept. No. 133 Dog Officer 












Salaries— Part Time 


3,120.00 




3,120.00 






Schd #101 Pers. Services 


3,120.00 




3,120.00 






R & M Motor Vehicles 


500.00 




459.18 




40.82 


Telephone 


150.00 




135.52 




14.48 


Boarding Animals 


450.00 




560.00 




110.00 


Animal Disposal 


300.00 




257.00 




43.00 


Gasoline 


400.00 




328.52 




71.48 


Postage 






4.40 




4.40 


Unclassified Supplies 


300.00 




244.17 




55.83 


Travel & Meetings 


100.00 








100.00 



223 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 133 Dog Officer (cont.) 

Schd#102 General Exp. 2,200.00 1,988.79 211.21 

Radios 780.00 780.00 

Schd #103 Capital Outlay 780.00 780.00 

Dept. No. 133 Dog Officer 5,320.00 5,888.79 780.00 211.21 

Dept. No. 200 School Department 

Lighting Panel— H.S. 22,556.41 25,000.00 2,443.59 

H.S. Auditorium Rep. 6,180.85 6,185.00 4.15 

Schd #130 Art 15, April 5, 1985 28,737.26 31,185.00 2,447.74 

15,719.00 917.00 

15,719.00 917.00 

969.92 188.08 

6.578.33 78.33- 
100.00 900.00 

50.00 100.00 

1,000.00 

100.00 

805.05 194.95 

340.00 10.00 

1,324.00 78.00 

56.00 444.00 

527.29 72.71 
74,167.00 

1,636.92 363.08 

12,387.51 77,383.49 

55,375.00 6,085.00 

20,299.98 3,228.98 

781.30 418.70 

460.93 439.07 

45.00 1,755.00 

581.26 181.26- 

46.00 104.00 

555.00 145.00 

600.00 

4,513.82 513.82- 

83,258.29 7,437.29- 

16,077.46 173.46- 

457.88 2,042.12 

8,730.39 1,635.39- 

1.963.34 98.34- 
540.00 

791.25 8.75 

200.83 99.17 

46,101.36 3,411.36 

8,503.63 3,503.63- 

12,813.08 1,278.92 

19,127.17 7,327.17- 

1,000.00 



Assessment 


16,636.00 


Schd #137 SS Reg. Sch.Dist. 


16,636.00 


Clerical Salaries— Admin. 


1,158.00 


Contracted Serv. 




Adm. Negotiations 


6,500.00 


Adm. Legal Counsel 


1,000 


Supplies &Mat./Adm. 


150.00 


Other Expenses Administration 


Art's Program 


1,000.00 


Instate Travel 


100.00 


Workshop/Conference 


1,000.00 


Prof. Materials 


350.00 


Professional Dues 


1,246.00 


Postage 


500.00 


Advertising 


600.00 


Salary Reserve 


74,167.00 


Research & Development 


2,000.00 


Schd #1100 School Comm. 


89,771.00 


Prof. Salaries — Adm. 


49,290.00 


Sec/Salaries— Adm. 


17,071.00 


Contr. Serv. — Xerox 


1,200.00 


Supplies & Materials— Adm. 


900.00 


Other Expenses— Administration 


Instate Travel 


1,800.00 


Workshop/Conference 


400.00 


Prof. Materials 


150.00 


Professional Dues 


410.00 


Postage 


600.00 


Out of State Travel 


4,000.00 


Schd #1200 Supt's Office 


75,821.00 


Bookkeeper/Salary— Adm. 


15,904.00 


Peak Time Help 


2,500.00 


Contr. Serv. — Adm. 


7,095.00 


Supplies/Materials 


1,865.00 


Other Expenses 


540.00 


Postage 


800.00 


Advertising 


300.00 


Prof. Salary— Adm. 


42,690.00 


Tutoring 


5,000.00 


Sec/Salary 


14,092.00 


Contracted Services 


11,800.00 


Other Expenses 


1,000.00 



224 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 200 School Department (cont.) 

Group Testing 3,500.00 3,768.67 268.67- 
Supplies Material 

Instate Travel 1,200.00 1,204.65 4.65 

Workshop/Conference 500.00 362.19 137.81 

Prof . Materials 270.00 48.00 222.00 

Professional Dues 195.00 170.50 24.50 

Schd#1210 Asst.toSupt. 109,251.00 ^120,320.40 11,069.40 
Professional Salaries— H.S. 

English 4,400.00 4,642.04 242.04 

Math 4,400.00 2,753.41 1,646.59 

Science 4,566.00 4,817.02 251.02 

Social Studies 4,400.00 4,642.03 242.04 

Foreign Language 4,566.00 4,817.02 251.02 

Physical Education 4,209.00 4,441.06 232.06 

Health Education 3,669.00 3,870.88 201.88 

Schd#2100 Supervision 30,210.00 29,983.47 226.53 
Osgood School 

Prof. Salaries 39,326.00 41,486.98 2,160.98 
Deer Hill School 

Prof . Salaries 40,450.00 42,675.10 2,225.10 

Osgood Sch.-Clerical Sal. 13,308.00 11,962.60 1,345.40 

Deer Hill Sch.— Clerical Sal. 13,308.00 14,344.70 1,036.70 

Osgood Sch.—Contr. Serv. 2,550.00 669.18 1,880.82 

Deer Hill Sch.— Contr. Serv. 3,000.00 258.50 2,741.50 

Osgood Sch.— Supplies/Mat. 2,293.00 2,134.84 158.16 

Deer Hill Sch.— Sup/Mat. 2,800.00 2,280.14 519.86 

Osgood School — Other Expenses 

Instate Travel 50.00 50.00 

Workshop/Conference 60.00 75.00 15.00 

Professional Dues 160.00 235.00 75.00 

Postage 250.00 186.90 63.10 

Community Services 86.75 86.75 

Deer Hill School — Other Expenses 

Instate Travel 50.00 50.00 

Workshop/Conference 120.00 35.00 85.00 

Professional Dues 180.00 253.00 73.00 

Postage 200.00 132.00 68.00 

High School 

Prof . Salaries 84,270.00 88,904.42 4,634.42 

Clerical Salaries 38,350.00 27,804.78 10,545.22 

Contr. Services 6,000.00 21,402.22 15,402.22 

Supplies/Materials 10,750.00 8,891.54 1,858.46 
Other Expenses High School 

Instate Travel 200.00 76.80 123.20 

Workshop/Conference 230.00 142.80 87.20 

Prof. Materials 100.00 100.00 

Professional Dues 1,690.00 1,723.00 33.00 

Postage 1,380.00 1,198.15 181.85 

Community Services 67.97 67.97 

Graduation 1,185.00 759.12 425.88 

Assemblies 100.00 100.00 



— 225 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (cont.) 






Other Expenses— High School (cont.) 






Tuition Courses 




198.00 


198.00 


Printed Materials 


700.00 


791.30 


91.30 


Schd#2200 Principals 


263,060.00 


268,775.79 


5,715.79 


Prof. Salaries— Osgood School 






Kindergarten 


53,589.00 


57,222.36 


3,633.36 


Grade 1 


102,707.00 


101,081.43 


1,625.57 


Grade 2 


82,921.00 


78,199.22 


4,721.78 


Grade 3 


76,873.00 


91,671.95 


14,798.95 


Music 


12,763.00 


13,465.13 


702.13 


Art 


14,032.00 


14,802.93 


770.93 


Physical Education 


29,332.00 


17,408.35 


11,923.65 


Substitute Salary 


5,000.00 


14,267.81 


9,267.81 


Prof. Salaries— Deer Hill School 






Grade 4 


107,178.00 


109,687.22 


2,509.22 


Grade 5 


112,252.00 


112,599.48 


347.48 


Grade 6 


79,381.00 


83,746.00 


4,365.00 


Art 


14,032.00 


14,803.01 


771.01 


Physical Education 


30,441.00 


32,114.94 


1,673.94 


Gifted/Talented 


18,605.00 


14,718.90 


3,886.10 


Choral Music 


12,763.00 


13,464.89 


701.89 


Instrumental Music 


21,291.00 


21,725.48 


434.48 


Substitute Salary 


5,000.00 


20,162.70 


15,162.70 


Aide Salary— Osgood School 






Activity Aide 


7,766.00 


11,302.91 


3,536.91 


Aide Salary— Deer Hill School 






Instructional Aide 


7,831.00 


8,199.66 


368.66 


Activity Aide 


8,333.00 


9,509.64 


1,176.64 


Contracted Services— ( 


Dsgood School 






Assemblies 




100.00 100.00 


Contracted Services— 


Deer Hill 






AssembUes 


200.00 




200.00 


Transportation 


600.00 




600.00 


SuppUes/Materials— Osgood School 






Kindergarten 


703.00 


627.96 


75.04 


Grade 1 


2,520.00 


2,882.72 


362.72 


Grade 2 


3,753.00 


3,871.62 


118.62 


Grade 3 


2,755.00 


2,043.14 


711.86 


Music 


53.00 


54.16 


1.16 


Art 


900.00 


841.59 


58.41 


Physical Education 


294.00 


291.20 


2.80 


Gifted Talented 


287.00 


260.53 


26.47 


Supplies/Materials— Deer Hill School 






Grade 4 


2,739.00 


2,187.15 


551.85 


Grade 5 


3,900.00 


4,008.17 1,054.38 946.21 


Grade 6 


4,632.00 


3,125.66 


1,506.34 


Art 


1,240.00 


959.83 


280.17 


Physical Education 


609.00 


847.63 


238.63 


Gifted/Talented 


582.00 


534.46 


47.54 


Choral Music 


317.00 


109.81 


207.19 


Instrumental Music 


141.00 


105.20 


35.80 



— 226 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Account Name Amount to New Year 

Other Expenses— Osgood School 

Workshop/Conference 475.00 

Tuition Courses 750.00 

Other Expenses— Deer Hill School 



Workshop/Conference 


520.00 


Tuition Courses 


825.00 


Special Education 




Prof. Sal.— Osgood Sch. 


54,419.00 


Prof. Sal.-Deer Hill 


107,099.00 


Aide Sal.— Osgood Sch. 


17,692.00 


Aide Sal.-Deer Hill Sch. 


8,846.00 


Sup/Mat.— Osgood Sch. 


344.00 


Sup./Mat.-Deer Hill 


1,132.00 


Other Expenses Osgood School 


Tuition Courses 


300.00 


Other Expenses— Deer Hill 




Tuition Courses 


300.00 


Prof. Salaries High School 




English 


258,320.00 


Math 


194,745.00 


Science 


194,855.00 


Social Studies 


147,989.00 


Foreign Language 


165,617.00 


Business Education 


56,770.00 


Industrial Arts 


58,664.00 


Home Economics 


49,718.00 


Alternative School 


14,666.00 


Music 


42,733.00 


Art 


29,332.00 


Physical Education 


102,763.00 


Health Education 


24,462.00 


Substitute Salary 


9,000.00 


Instr Aide Salary— H.S. 


17,009.00 


Field Trip Salary-H.S. 




Science 


800.00 


Music 


1,500.00 


Contracted Services— H.S. 




English 


400.00 


Business Education 


2,130.00 


Music 


200.00 


High School Supphes 




English 


280.00 


Math 


1,616.00 


Science 


7,000.00 


Social Studies 


196.00 


Foreign Language 


250.00 


Business Education 


1,777.00 


Industrial Arts 


4,000.00 


Home Economics 


3,000.00 


Alternative School 


35.00 


Music 


1,846.00 


Art 


2,605.00 



Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


75.00 




400.00 


205.00 




545.00 


160.00 




360.00 


450.00 




375.00 


60,989.77 


11,474.78 


4,904.01 


113,023.93 




5,924.93 


17,026.47 




665.53 


9,073.78 




227.78 


598.43 




254.43 


1,424.92 




292.92 



300.00 



300.00 



265,704.71 7,384.71- 

199,354.90 4,609.90 

209,585.48 14,730.48- 

138,331.96 9,657.04 

174,723.64 9,106.64- 

59,891.78 3,121.78- 

61,889.88 3,225.88- 

52,451.88 2,733.88- 

15,472.59 806.59- 

41,342.08 1,390.92 

27,559.33 1,772.67 

108,080.59 5,317.59- 

25,807.08 1,345.08- 

8,180.00 820.00 

9,853.34 7,155.66 

42.72 757.28 

1,336.47 163.53 

400.74 .74- 

1,865.00 265.00 

70.00 130.00 

271.29 8.71 

1.202.64 413.36 
7,066.34 66.34- 

142.95 53.05 

324.65 74.65 

1,805.31 28.31- 

3.929.65 70.35 

2.226.74 773.26 
15.90 19.10 

1,809.84 36.16 

2.500.75 104.25 



— 227 — 



Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Amount to New Year 



Dept. No. 200 School Department (cont.) 



Physical Education 


3,000.00 


Health Education 


2,562.00 


Other Expenses High School 




Math 


275.00 


Health Education 


75.00 


Workshop/Conference 


300.00 


Tuition Courses 


3,750.00 


Special Education 




Prof Salaries H.S. 


77,049.00 


Aide Salary H.S. 


8,846.00 


Supplies/Mat. H.S. 


219.00 


Other Expenses H.S. 




Tuition Courses 


300.00 


Schd#2300 Teaching 2,511,771.00 


Textbooks Osgood School 




Grade 1 


240.00 


Grade 2 


1,195.00 


Grade 3 


656.00 


Textbooks— Deer Hill School 




Grade 4 


980.00 


Grade 5 


900.00 


Grade 6 


850.00 


Textbooks Special Education 




Osgood School 


220.00 


Deer Hill School 


508.00 


Textbooks— High School 




English 


2,690.00 


Math 


4,360.00 


Science 


2,688.00 


Social Studies 


2,792.00 


Foreign Language 


1,362.00 


Business Education 


1,002.00 


Home Economics 


102.00 


Alternative School 


423.00 


Music 


264.00 


Art 


100.00 


Physical Education 


60.00 


Special Education 


279.00 


Schd#2400 Textbooks 


21,671.00 


Prof. Salaries— Deer Hill School 


Library Teacher 


18,574.00 


Clerical Sal. Osgood School 




Library Technician 


7,101.00 


Supplies/Materials— Osgood School 


Books 


600.00 


Periodicals 


120.00 


General Supplies 


100.00 


Supplies/Materials— Deer Hill School 


Books 


1,300.00 


Periodicals 


250.00 


Prof Salaries High School 




Librarian 


14,375.00 



Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Amount Amount Revenue 


2,700.45 


299.55 


2,292.22 


269.78 


371.00 


96.00 




75.00 


438.95 


138.95 


1,702.50 


2,047.50 


73,959.86 


3,089.14 


7,674.60 


1,171.40 


492.46 


273.46 


258.50 


41.50 


2,579,062.91 12,529.16 54,762.75 


260.42 


20.42 


1,287.85 


92.85 


1,896.40 


1,240.40 


1,317.43 


337.43 


1,403.23 


503.23 


1,787.68 


937.68 


314.72 


94.72 


460.07 


47.93 


2,263.21 


426.79 


3,506.33 


853.67 


2,350.12 882.67 1,220.55 


3,895.37 


1,103.37 


1,452.50 


90.50 


1,053.71 


51.71 


31.90 


70.10 




423.00 


91.27' 


172.73 


18.00 


82.00 




60.00 


255.38 


23.62 


23,645.59 882.67 1,091.92 


19,595.94 


1,021.94 


7,494.06 


393.06 


593.11 


6.89 


100.00 


20.00 


101.08 


1.08 


355.73 


944.27 




250.00 



18,957.12 



4,582.12- 



228 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 



Dept. No. 200 School Department (cont.) 



A/V Coordinator 


22,832.00 


Clerical Salaries High School 




Library Technician 


10,622.00 


Contracted Services 




Rebinding 


1,000.00 


Contracted Services 


514.00 


Supplies/Materials— H . S . 




Books 


5.000.00 


Periodicals 


1,737.00 


General Supplies 


400.00 


Other Expenses— H.S. 




Instate Travel 


75.00 


Professional Dues 


50.00 


Postage 


100.00 


Schd#2500 Library 


84,750.00 


Supplies/Materials— Osgood School 


Music 


350.00 


Supplies/Materials— Deer Hill School 


Grade 4 


260.00 


Grade 6 


615.00 


Choral Music 


114.00 


Special Education 


120.00 


Supplies/Mat.— Deer Hill School 


Spec. Education 


167.00 


Supphes/Mat.— High School 




English 


867.00 


Math 


245.00 


Science 


1,296.00 


Social Studies 


150.00 


Foreign Language 


724.00 


Business Education 


852.00 


Home Economics 


340.00 


Alternative School 


175.00 


Music 


255.00 


Art 


125.00 


Physical Education 


60.00 


Health Education 


273.00 


Library 


1,800.00 


Special Education 


470.00 


Schd #2600 Audio- Visual 


9,258.00 


Prof Sal. H.S. 


100,189.00 


Clerical Sal. H.S. 


14,392.00 


Contracted Services 




Xerox 


2,500.00 


Aces 




Supplies/Mat.H.S. 


2,000.00 


Other Expenses H.S. 




Instate Travel 


250.00 


Workshop/Conference 


600.00 


Prof. Materials 


649.00 


Professional Dues 


390.00 


Postage 


700.00 



89,457.71 


346.50 


364.31 


115.54 


57.44 



24,486.10 1,654.10- 

9,534.00 1,088.00 

1,184.75 184.75- 

455.16 58.84 

4,469.29 530.71 

1,750.26 13.26- 

381.11 18.89 

75.00 

50.00 

100.00 

4,707.71 



3.50 

260.00 

250.69 

1.54 

62.56 



170.61 3.61- 

713.60 153.40 

245.00 

750.53 545.47 

79.66 70.34 

637.93 86.07 

550.53 301.47 

25.00 315.00 

92.50 82.50 

250.00 5.00 

23.50 101.50 

16.17 43.83 

323.95 50.95- 

2,138.11 338.11^ 

400.45 69.55 

7,056.33 2,201.67 

105,697.95 5,508.95- 

15,229.20 837.20- 

1,823.65 676.35 

40.75 40.75 - 

910.02 1,089.98 

486.33 236.33- 

14.70 585.30 

496.25 152.75- 

414.00 24.00- 

1,003.40 303.40- 



— 229 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Account Name Amount to New Year 



Tuition Courses 


225.00 


Microfilming 


200.00 


Schd#2700 Guidance 


122,095.00 


Clerical Sal. Admin. 


11,500.00 


Schd#3100 Attendance 


11,500.00 


Prof. Salaries — Admin. 


8,896.00 


Nurses Sal.— Osgood Sch. 


7,190.00 


Nurses Sal.— Deer Hill Sch. 


7,190.00 


Contracted Services 




Osgood Sch. — Laundry 


60.00 


Deer Hill Sch.— Laundry 


60.00 


Supplies/Materials 




Osgood Sch.— Gen. Supp. 


400.00 


Deer Hill Sch.— Gen. Supp. 


350.00 


Other Expenses 




Osgood Sch.— Instate Travel 20.00 


Deer Hill Sch.— Instate Travel 20.00 


Deer Hill Sch.-Workshop/Conf.25.00 


Nurses Sal.— H.S. 


14,060.00 


Supplies/Mat. HS— Gen. 


654.00 


Other Expenses 




Instate Travel 


25.00 


Workshop/Conference 


50.00 


Prof. Materials 


50.00 


Schd#3200 Health 


39,050.00 


Other Sal.— Admin. 


59,000.00 


Sup./Mat.—Adm.— Gas/Oil 


17,000.00 


Other Expenses— Admin. 




Medical Exam 


250.00 


Drivers Training 


250.00 


Storage of Buses 


3,840.00 


Schd#3310 Oper. of Buses 


80,340.00 


Contr. Serv. Admin. 




Bus/Vehicle Repairs 


25,000.00 


Sup. /Mat. Admin. 




Tires 


4,000.000 


Safety Supphes 


100.00 


Medical Supplies 


100.00 


Misc Supplies 


100.00 


Schd#3350 Maint. of Buses 


29,300.00 


Contr. Carriers— Buses 




Spec Ed Trans. 


22,000.00 


Schd #3370 Contr. Carriers 


22,000.00 


Prof Salaries— H.S. 




Athletic Director 


4,536.00 


Coaches 


39,904.00 


Medical 


1,925.00 


Other Salaries— H.S. 




Officials Timers etc. 


12,545.00 


PoUce 


1,300.00 


Contr. Services— H.S. 


2,500.00 


Reconditioning 


6,000.00 


Ice Time 


7,200.00 



Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Amount Amount Revenue 




225.00 


209.87 


9.87- 


126,326.12 


4,231.12- 


11,816.00 


316.00- 


11,816.00 


316.00- 


10,323.50 


1,427.50- 


7,962.85 


772.85- 


7,964.06 


774.06- 




60.00 




60.00 


168.90 


231.10 


69.00 


281.00 




20.00 




20.00 




25.00 


15,016.42 


956.42- 


2.49 


652.51 


21.00 


4.00 


8.00 


42.00 




50.00 


41,536.22 


2,486.22- 


70,648.77 


11,648.77- 


18,346.42 184.00 1,162.42- 


310.00 


60.00- 


200.00 


50.00 



3,840.00 

93,345.19 184.00 12,821.19- 

41,413.55 16,413.55- 

2,871.50 1,128.50 
100.00 
100.00 

65.72 34.28 

44,350.77 15,050.77- 

2,188.81 2,188.81- 

27,598.80 5,598.80- 

29,787.61 7,787.61- 

4,796.47 260.47- 

51.663.08 7,874.88 3,884.20- 
1,470.98 454.02 

12.987.09 442.09- 
1,182.00 118.00 

135.00 2,365.00 

6,017.58 17.58- 

5,010.00 2,190.00 



230 



Account Name 


Amount 


Supplies/Mat. H.S. 


12,619.00 


Other Expenses— H.S. 




Instate Travel 


400.00 


Professional Dues 


1,100.00 


Insurance 


1,800.00 


Misc Suplies 


1,780.00 


Awards 


600.00 


Schd#3519 Athletics 


94,209.00 


Prof Salaries— H.S. 




Senior Class Play 


849.00 


Dramatics 


1,500.00 


Student Publications 


2,951.00 


Debating 


728.00 


Class Advisors 


732.00 


Math League 


945.00 


Lunch Super. 




Supplies/Materials— H . S . 




Student Publications 


200.00 


Debating 


250.00 


Other Expenses— H.S. 




Student Council Tran 


200.00 


National Honor Soc. 


150.00 


Schd#3520 Student Acti v. 


8,505.00 


Other Sal.— Osgood Sch. 


35,768.00 


Overtime 


1,800.00 


Other Sal.-Deer Hill 


35,968.00 


Overtime 


1,800.00 


Sup./Mat.— Osgood School 




Custodial SuppUes 


3,000.00 


Sup./Mat.— Deer Hill 


3,200.00 


Other Salaries— H.S. 


124,797.00 


Overtime 


6,000.00 


Supplies/Mat. H.S. 


10,000.00 


Schd#4110 Custodial 


222,333.00 


Supplies/Materials 




Deer Hill School 


18,700.00 


Osgood School 


20,500.00 


High School 


50,700.00 


Schd#4120 Heat 


89,900.00 


Other Exp.— Osgood School 




Telephone 


2,500.00 


Electricity 


8,000.00 


Water 


700.00 


Other Exp.— Deer Hill Schoo 


1 


Telephone 


2,300.00 


Electricity 


9,000.00 


Water 


859.00 


Other Expenses— H.S. 




Telephone 


16,500.00 


Electricity 


58,000.00 


Water 


7.500.00 


Gas/H.S. 


3,800.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
to New Year 



Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Amount Amount Revenue 


15.073.98 


2,454.98 


334.29 


65.71 


1,725.00 


625.00 


1,155.00 


645.00 


1,644.70 


135.30 


42.64 


557.36 


103,237.81 7,874.88 1,153.93 




849.00 


1,583.00 


83.00 


3,113.86 


162.86 


768.00 


40.00 


772.01 


40.01 


997.00 


52.00 


5,600.00 


5,600.00 


140.00 


60.00 


129.35 


120.65 


50.00 


150.00 


245.00 


95.00 


13,398.22 


4,893.22 


35,904.80 


136.80 


1,480.51 


319.49 


36,104.80 


136.80 


1,192.86 


607.14 


3,737.52 


737.52 


4,693.59 


1,493.59 


129,210.80 


4,413.80 


8,634.16 1,313.27 1.320.89 


10,045.82 


45.82 


231,004.86 1,313.27 7,358.59 


12,781.30 


5,918.70 


15,190.05 


5,309.95 


41,549.30 


9,150.70 


69,520.65 


20,379.35 


2,861.96 


361.96 


7,678.92 


321.08 


721.80 


21.80 


3,352.33 


1,052.33 


7,956.33 


1,043.67 


797.30 


61.70 


15,756.23 


743.77 


50,285.35 


7,714.65 


4,984.42 


2,515.58 


2,212.58 


1,587.42 



— 231 



Account Name 


Amount 


Schd#4130 Utilities 


109,159.00 


Contr. Services 




Tree & Park Dept 


10,000.00 


Supplies/Mat. H.S. 




Schd #4210 Maint. /Grounds 


10,000.00 


Contr. Serv.— Osgood School 




Sewers 


350.00 


Roof 


500.00 


Plumbing 


800.00 


Carpentry 


1,000.00 


Heat/Vent 


1,500.00 


Misc. 


300.00 


Contr. Serv.— Deer Hill School 


Sewers 


500.00 


Roof 


300.00 


Plumbing 


1,000.00 


Carpentry 


1,000.00 


Masonry 


500.00 


Heat/Vent 


1,000.00 


Misc. 




Supplies/Mat. — Osgood School 


Misc. 


300.00 


Painting 


400.00 


Electrical Supplies 


500.00 


SuppHes/Mat.— Deer Hill School 


Misc. 


700.00 


Painting 


500.00 


Electrical Supplies 


500.00 


Contracted Services— H.S. 




Sewers 


400.00 


Plumbing 


1,000.00 


Carpentry 


3,500.00 


Masonry 


2,000.00 


Heat/Vent 


6,000.00 


Misc. 


3,000.00 


Supplies/Mat.— H.S. 




Misc. 


5,000.00 


Painting 


10,000.00 


Electrical Supplies 


2,000.00 


Schd #4220 Maint. Bldg. 


44,550.00 


Contracted Services 




Admin. Special Ed. 


250.00 


Osgood School 


500.00 


Grade 3 


60.00 


Music 


160.00 


Deer Hill Sch. 


700.00 


Physical Education 


50.00 


Choral Music 


80.00 


Instrumental Music 


130.00 


Library 


150.00 


Contr. Serv.— Special Ed. 




Osgood School 


50.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
to New Year 



Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


96,607.22 




12,551.78 


4,305.50 




5,694.50 


1,735.30 




1,735.30- 


6,040.80 




3,959.20 


1,422.50 




1,072.50- 
500.00 


1,595.67 




795.67 
1,000.00 


3,779.25 




2,279.25- 


944.76 




644.76- 



540.00 40.00- 

300.00 

422.02 577.98 

388.59 611.41 

500.00 

3,338.10 2,338.10- 

82.90 82.90- 

568.85 268.85- 

400.00 
379.31 120.69 

918.17 218.17- 

142.51 357.49 

391.91 108.09 



470.57 500.00 429.43 

1,988.26 988.26 

5,021.21 1,521.21 

243.25 1,756.75 

7,198.26 1,198.26 

11,483.62 6,284.55 2,199.07 

12,208.16 7,208.16- 

3,172.79 6,827.21 

3,241.99 1,241.99 

59,942.65 6,784.55 8,608.10- 

250.00 

423.67 76.33 

60.00 

160.00 

505.60 194.40 

50.00 

80.00 

135.00 5.00- 

150.00 

50.00 



232 



i 



Account Name 


Amount to New Year Amount 


Deer Hill School 


50.00 




High School 


700.00 


1,966.88 


Math 


1,000.00 


1,403.11 


Science 


1,370.00 


1,314.75 


Foreign Language 


550.00 


714.60 


Business Education 


1,000.00 


394.51 


Industrial Arts 


800.00 


23.00 


Home Economics 


560.00 


274.50 


Music 


410.00 


422.06 


Art 


200.00 




Physical Education 


300.00 


308.45 


Health Education 


200.00 


272.50 


Library 


1,990.00 


2,110.49 


Schd #4230 Equip Maint. 






& Repair 


11,260.00 


10,269.12 


Other Expenses— Admin. 






Unemp Insurance 


12,000.00 


6,015.45 


Sch. Com. Insurance 


900.00 




Schd #5200 Fixed Expend. 


12,900.00 


6,015.45 


Contr Serv. Deer Hill Sch. 


2,500.00 




Schd #7200 Imp/Bldgs. 


2,500.00 




Acquisition of Equipment 






Osgood School 


350.00 




Deer Hill School 


1,878.00 


1,387.00 


High School 






Enghsh 


400.00 


347.03 


Math 


3,526.00 


2,426.88 


Science 


1,934.00 


1,699.02 


Business Education 


150.00 


150.00 


Music 


1,495.00 


1,495.00 


Art 


500.00 




Health Education 


305.00 


309.34 


Library 


3,000.00 


2,150.90 


Schd #7300 Acq./Equip. 


13,538.00 


9,965.17 


Repl. of Equip. — Osgood Sch. 


900.00 


200.00 


Deer Hill School 






Grade 4 


150.00 




Grade 5 


150.00 


218.65 


Grade 6 


150.00 


133.73 


Physical Education 


104.00 


202.33 


Choral Music 


269.00 


285.20 


Library 


240.00 


100.00 


High School 


530.00 




Math 


1,000.00 


136.39 


Science 


1,000.00 


739.65 


Industrial Arts 


800.00 


855.00 


Home Economics 


800.00 


668.95 


Music 


620.00 


542.75 


Library 


1,860.00 


1,196.85 


Schd #7400 Repl./Equip. 


8,573.00 


5,279.50 


Tuition— Admin.— Day Sch. 


75,300.00 


65,370.19 


Residential Sch. 


44,500.00 


39,298.98 



Transfer Closed to 

Amount Revenue 

50.00 

1,266.88- 

403.11- 

55.25 
164.60 
605.49 
777.00 
285.50 

12.06 

200.00 

8.45- 

72.50- 
120.49 

990.88 

5,984.55 
900.00 
6,884.55 
2,500.00 
2,500.00 

350.00 
491.00 

52.97 

1,099.12 

234.98 



500.00 

4.34- 

849.10 

3,572.83 

700.00 

150.00 
58.65- 
16.27 
98.33- 
16.20- 
140.00 
530.00 
863.61 
260.35 
55.00- 
131.05 
77.25 
663.15 
3,293.50 
9,929.81 
5,201.02 



233 — 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Summer Program 


1,200.00 


783.00 




417.00 


Schd #9300 Other Than 










PubUc 


121,000.00 


105,452.17 




15,547.83 



Dept. No. 200 School Dept. 4,264,911.00 



Dept. No. 300 Highway Department 






4,322,299.79 60,753.53 3,364.74 



Elected Officials 


24,144.00 


24,144.00 




Wages— Permanent 


86,585.00 


84,384.59 


2,200.41 


Temporary Employees 


10,800.00 


8,671.50 


2,128.50 


Overtime 


3,118.00 


5,792.53 


2,674.53 


Longevity 


200.00 


200.00 




Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


124,847.00 


123,192.62 


1,654.38 


Uniform Allowance 


150.00 


332.37 


182.37 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


4,000.00 


4,384.22 


384.22 


R & M Equipment 


2,000.00 


2,225.77 


225.77 


Street Signs 


1,000.00 


1,274.48 


274.48 


Radio & Equip Maint. 


300.00 


167.50 


132.50 


Street Lines 


4,000.00 


5,877.60 


1,877.60 


Equipment Rental 


3,000.00 


3,505.00 


505.00 


Brooks Maintenance 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 




Roadside Mowing 


1,600.00 


1,739.00 


139.00 


Advertising 


100.00 


44.88 


55.12 


Telephone 


600.00 


685.12 


85.12 


Contract Services 


4,000.00 


5,423.70 368.00 1,055.70 


Gasoline 


7,200.00 


3,478.75 477.73 4,198.98 


Diesel Fuel 


1,000.00 


1,030.52 


30.52 


Office Supplies 


150.00 


59.06 


90.94 


Custodial Supplies 


100.00 


158.73 


58.73 


Tools 


400.00 


801.77 


401.77 


Sand Loam Stone 




4,450.52 


4,450.52 


Highway Materials 


31,207.00 


21,932.59 


9,274.41 


Pipe & Fittings 


4,000.00 


8,183.28 


4,183.28 


Unclassified Supplies 


1,500.00 


914.04 30.00 615.96 


Travel & Meetings 


10.00 


10.25 


.25 


Dues 


40.00 


25.00 


15.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


67,357.00 


67,704.15 875.73 528.58 


Building Maintenance 


1,994.00 


1,913.07 


80.93 


Equipment 


10,750.00 


10,750.00 




Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


12,744.00 


12,663.07 


80.93 


Overtime 


6,800.00 


7,194.03 


394.03 


R & M Equipment 


4,000.00 


5,718.24 


1,718.24 


Equipment Rental 


15,000.00 


4,475.50 


10,524.50 


Gasoline 


1,200.00 


817.42 


382.58 


Sand Loam Stone 


5,000.00 


4,315.93 


684.07 


Salt 


13,000.00 


16,712.54 


3,712.54 


Schd #107 Snow Removal 


45,000.00 


39,233.66 


5,766.34 


Elec./St.&Tr. Lights 


45,758.15 


40,443.53 


5.314.62 


Schd #113 Street Lighting 


45,758.15 


40,433.53 


5,314.62 


Electricity 


650.00 


752.39 


102.39 


Fuel 


1,850.00 


1,331.90 


518.10 


Building Maintenance 


300.00 


2,080.03 1,650.00 130.03 


Schd #114 Garage Exp. 


2,800.00 


4,164.32 1,650.00 285.68 



234 



Account Name 

Replace Doane St.— Contract 
Schd #140 Approp. Forward 
Electricity 

Schd #149 Salt Shed 
Beach St. Guard Rail 
Schd #185 Art 27 4/6/85 
New Truck less trade in 
Schd #186 Art 28 4/6/85 
Resurfacing Streets 
Schd #192 Art 26 4/6/85 
Repairs to Jerusalem Rd. & 

Rock to Support Area/Legal 

Fee, Eng. 
Inspecting Certain Imp. to 

Bridges w/in Town 
Schd #195 Spec.TM 12/9/85 
Site Prep, for Constr. 

Salt Shed— Cedar St. 
Repairs to Roadway & Ret. 

Wall Jerusalem Rd. 
New Truck less trade in 
Schd #197 TM 6/17/85 



Amount 



ry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


34,249.80 


750.20 


35,000.00 




34,249.80 


750.20 


35,000.00 






10.65 


10.65 






10.65 


10.65 






8,991.32 


9,500.00 


508.68 




8,991.32 


9,500.00 


508.68 




37,960.55 


40,000.00 


2,039.45 




37,960.55 


40,000.00 


2,039.45 




6,409.30 


6,409.30 






6,409.30 


6,409.30 





14,000.00 
14,000.00 



3,500.00 



4,000.00 



14,000.00 
3,500.00 18,000.00 



6,091.58 14,228.42 20,320.00 

8,000.00 8,000.00 

13,264.00 13,264.00 

14,091.58 27,492.42 41,584.00 



500.00 



500.00 



Dept.No.300 Highway 



298,506.15 62,341.38 372,515.79 153,029.68 16,678.66 



Dept. No. 403 Landfill 








Wages— Permanent 


35,927.00 




35,334.04 


Temporary Employees 


1,673.00 




1,459.14 


Longevity 


250.00 




250.00 


Paid Holidays 


1,100.00 




1,220.88 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


38,950.00 




38,264.06 


Uniform Allowance 


200.00 




196.00 


Electricity 


1,050.00 




776.81 


Rental/Serv.Water Cooler 


180.00 




164.95 


Grounds Maintenance 


130.00 




124.54 


R & M Equipment 


5,923.26 




5,536.08 


Equipment Rental 


660.00 


55.00 


605.00 


Rat Control 


360.00 




360.00 


Lab Tests 


1,740.00 


1,740.00 




Advertising 


135.00 




107.40 


Telephone 


200.00 




210.22 


Animal Disposal 


350.00 




315.00 


Diesel Fuel 


5,000.00 




4,758.43 


Building Maintenance 


175.00 




67.71 


Landfill Cover 


68,400.00 




69,431.30 


Unclassified Supplies 


25.00 




160.85 


Tools 


200.00 




95.97 


Schd #102 Gen. Exp. 


84,728.26 


1,795.00 


82,910.26 


Monitoring Wells 


1,500.00 


1,200.00 




Front End Loader 


21,899.00 




21,898.56 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


23,399.00 


1,200.00 


21,898.56 


Temporary Employees 


6,648.00 




6,314.46 


Schd #105 Recycling Payroll 


6,648.00 




6,314.46 



592.96 
213.86 

120.88- 
685.94 

4.00 

273.19 

15.05 

5.46 
387.18 



27.60 

10.22- 

35.00 

241.57 

107.29 

,031.30 

135.85- 

104.03 

23.00 

300.00 

.44 

300.44 

333.54 

333.54 



— 235 



A 


ppropriation C 


^arry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


R & M Equipment 


100.00 








100.00 


Container Rental 


1,157.00 




22.25 


1,134.75 




Ship. Glass to Recycl. Plant 


1,800.00 


246.00 


450.00 




1,104.00 


Tools 


25.00 




19.20 




5.80 


Schd#106 Recycling Exp. 


3,082.00 


268.25 


1,603.95 




1,209.80 


Other Prof. Services 


4,400.00 




3,762.50 




637.50 


Schd #110 Engineering Serv. 


4,400.00 




3,762.50 




637.50 


R & M Equipment 






4,229.86 


4,229.86 




Schd #146 Unpaid Bills FY'85 






4,229.86 


4,229.86 




Front End Loader 


12,700.48 






12,700.48 




Schd #180 STM 6/23/86 FY'87 


12,700.48 






12,700.48 




Plans & Specs, Transfer Station 


5,000.00 




5,000.00 




Schd #188 Art 31, 4/6/85 




5,000.00 




5,000.00 




Dept. No. 403 Landfill 


173,907.74 


8,263.25 


158,983.65 


3,470.62 


3,190.22 


Dept. No. 407 Sewer Department 










Wages— Permanent 


54,763.00 


1,388.10 


42,684.01 




10,690.89 


Clerical Salaries 


7,916.00 




6,997.65 




918.35 


Temporary Employees 






3,749.49 




3,749.49 


Overtime 


2,336.00 




1,157.36 


23.26 


1,201.90 


Longevity 


150.00 




150.00 






Schd #101 Pers. Services 


65,165.00 


1,388.10 


54,738.51 


23.26 


9,061.65 


Uniform Allowance 


200.00 




171.65 




28.35 


Cleaning Service 


675.00 




495.92 




179.08 


In-Service Training 


100.00 




60.00 




40.00 


Electricity 


11,000.00 




10,199.11 




800.89 


Fuel 


200.00 




491.29 


371.95 


80.66 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


300.00 




347.88 




47.88 


R & M Equipment 


8,500.00 


1,215.89 


4,984.50 


26.67 


2.326.28 


R«&M Office Equip. 


150.00 




103.90 




46.10 


Radio & Equip. Maint. 


50.00 








50.00 


Medical Expense 






65.00 




65.00 


Advertising 


100.00 




260.48 




160.48 


Telephone 


1,500.00 




1,772.03 




272.03 


Contract Services 


9,000.00 




14,885.50 


9,130.50 


3,245.00 


Lab Supplies 


750.00 




1,079.97 




329.97 


Chemicals 


12,000.00 




11,638.20 




361.80 


Gasoline 


400.00 




394.88 




5.12 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


600.00 




728.10 




128.10 


Postage 


300.00 




325.41 




25.41 


Printing & Stationery 


200.00 




124.85 




75.15 


Building Maintenance 


100.00 




94.11 




5.89 


Custodial Supphes 


500.00 




590.27 




90.27 


Unclassified Supplies 


100.00 




199.30 




99.30 


Travel & Meetings 


300.00 




256.39 




43.61 


Dues 


85.00 




18.00 




67.00 


Subscriptions 


75.00 




30.00 




45.00 


Tools 


1,649.00 




1,421.98 




227.02 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


48,834.00 


1,215.89 


50,738.72 


9,529.12 


6,408.51 


Equipment 


1,100.00 


225.34 


850.00 




24.66 


Influent Flow Meter 


6,500.00 


6,500.00 








Office Equip & Furniture 


1,100.00 




1,124.66 




24.66 



— 236 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


2 Sludge Pumps 


4,232.26 


227.15 


4,005.11 






Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


12,932.26 


6,952.49 


5,979.77 






Sewer Const. Proj 1 












Other Expenses 


1,439.20 


1,439.20 








Schd #140 Approp. Forward 


1,439.20 


1,439.20 








Legal Exp. for Waste 












Water Mgmt. Problems 






32,889.24 


33,600.00 


710.76 


Schd #195 STM 12/9/85 






32,889.24 


33,600.00 


710.76 


Dept. No. 407 Sewer Dept. 


128,370.46 


10,995.68 


144,346.24 


43,152.38 


16,180.92 


Dept. No. 481 Historical Committee 










Office Supplies & Expenses 


85.00 




36.60 




48.40 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


85.00 




36.60 




48.40 


Dept. No. 481 Historical Com 


85.00 




36.60 




48.40 


Dept. No. 482 Common Hist DC 










Office Supplies & Expenses 


85.00 








85.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


85.00 








85.00 


Dept. No. 482 Common Hist DC 85.00 








85.00 


Dept. No. 487 Conservation 












Clerical Salaries 


500.00 




2,288.13 


1,788.13 




Schd #101 Pers. Services 


500.00 




2,288.13 


1.788.13 




Other Professional Serv. 


1,500.00 




1,025.00 




475.00 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


200.00 




271.05 




71.05 


Postage 


20.00 




116.84 




96.84 


Travel & Meetings 


100.00 




18.00 




82.00 


Dues 


165.00 




340.00 




175.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


1,985.00 




1,770.89 




214.11 


Dept. No. 487 Conservation 


2,485.00 




4,059.02 


1,788.13 


214.11 


Dept. No. 501 Board of Health 










Department Head 


23,842.00 




23,842.00 






Clerical Salaries 


12,645.00 


114.50 


12,853.12 


358.25 


35.63 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


36,487.00 


114.50 


36,695.12 


358.25 


35.63 


R & M Equipment 


50.00 








50.00 


So. Sh. Mental Health Assn. 


2,200.00 




2,200.00 






Hazardous Waste 


5,000.00 




16,691.73 


10,851.73 


840.00 


Lab Tests 


400.00 




749.23 




349.23 


Advertising 


75.00 




457.54 




382.54 


Engineering Services 


3,970.00 




2,535.00 




1,435.00 


Telephone 


1,000.00 




961.62 




38.38 


Contract Services 


640.00 




991.95 




351.95 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


1,200.00 




1,228.05 




28.05 


Postage 


300.00 




274.28 




25.72 


Printing & Stationery 


50.00 




116.36 


58.18 


8.18 


Custodial Supplies 


200.00 




20.64 




179.36 


Unclassified Supplies 






19.60 




19.60 


Travel & Meetings 


290.00 




236.24 




53.76 


Mileage Allowance 


1,200.00 




981.25 




218.75 


Dues 


100.00 




96.00 




4.00 


Subscriptions 


25.00 




25.00 







— 237 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Household Hazardous Waste 

Collection Day 3,500.00 3,500.00 

Schd#102 General Exp. 20,200.00 3,500.00 27,584.49 10,909.91 25.42 

Office Equip & Furniture 200.00 137.69 62.31 

Schd#103 Capital Outlay 200.00 137.69 62.31 

Mosquito Control 2,191.00 2,191.00 

Schd #134 Art 10, 4/6/85 2,191.00 2,191.00 
Straits Pond Control of 

Insects, Etc. 754.47 2,800.00 2,045.33 

Schd #187 Art 30 4/6/85 754.47 2,800.00 2,045.53 

Dept. No. 501 Bd. of Health 56,887.00 3,614.50 67,362.77 16,259.16 2,168.89 

Dept. No. 503 Social Services League 

Nursing Services 10,095.00 10,095.00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 10,095.00 10,095.00 

Dept. No. 503 Soc. Serv. Lg. 10,095.00 10,095.00 

Dept. No. 531 Council on Aging 

508.13 508.13- 

582.58 57.58- 

818.40 81.60 

100.00 
507.37 1,492.63 

796.40 703.60 

787.21 632.21- 

655.33 400.00 4.67 

4,655.42 400.00 1,184.58 

Dept. No. 531 Council on Aging 5,440.00 4,655.42 400.00 1,184.58 



In Service Training 




Social Activities 


525.00 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


900.00 


Radio Equip & Maint. 


100.00 


Meals on Wheels 


2,000.00 


Gasoline 


1,500.00 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


155.00 


Postage 


260.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


5,440.00 



Department Head 


1,600.00 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


1,600.00 


Telephone 


50.00 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


75.00 


Travel & Meetings 


50.00 


Dues 


25.00 


Veterans' Benefits 


8,000.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


8,200.00 



Dept. No. 551 Veterans' Services 

1,600.00 
1,600.00 

76.56 26.56- 

33.99 41.01 

8.40 41.60 
25.00 

1,078.00 6,922.00 

1,196.95 7,003.05 

Dept. No. 551 Veterans' Serv. 9,800.00 2,796.95 7,003.05 

Dept. No. 571 Cemeteries 

Wages— Permanent 8,684.00 14,898.23 6,000.00 214.23- 

288.00 550.00 612.00 

2,042.54 757.46 

17,228.77 6,550.00 1,155.23 

45.70 14.30 

131.95 6.95- 

445.47 245.47- 

100.00 

257.76 22.24 

279.36 175.64 

1,160.24 59.76 



Temporary Employees 


350.00 


Grave Openings 


2,800.00 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


11,834.00 


Electricity 


60.00 


R & M Equipment 


125.00 


Gasoline 


200.00 


Building Maint. 


100.00 


Tools 


280.00 


Unclassified Sup. & Exp. 


455.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


1,220.00 



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Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Wages— Permanent 


6,000.00 




6,000.00 






Temporary Employees 


1,000.00 




1,252.00 




252.00 


Schd#104 Pers. Serv.Tr.Fd 


7,000.00 




7,252.00 




252.00 


Care of Veterans' Graves 


1,475.00 




1,475.00 






Schd#125 Central Cemetery 


1,475.00 




1,475.00 






Improv- Watering Sys.Woodside 1,082.07 


681.58 


400.49 






Schd#135 Art 19 ATM 4/5/86 1,082.07 


681.58 


400.49 






Dept. No.571 Cemeteries 


22,611.07 


681.58 


27,516.50 


6,550.00 


962.99 


Dept. No. 601 Library 












Department Head 


30,869.00 




30,869.00 






Wages Permanent 


91,961.05 




92,137.05 




176.00 


Custodial Services 


6,701.00 




6,530.17 




170.83 


Longevity 


609.00 




603.00 




6.00 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


130,140.05 




130,139.22 




.83 


Electricity 


4,100.00 




3,700.19 




399.81 


Fuel 


3,700.00 




3,093.85 




606.15 


Telephone 


900.00 




746.96 




153.04 


Books 


40,300.00 




35,791.49 


491.43 


4,999.94 


Magazines 






3,436.42 




3,436.42 


Audio- Visual Media 






1,670.03 




1,670.03 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


3,350.00 




2,663.84 




686.16 


Postage 


860.00 




779.00 




81.00 


Stationery 


300.00 




97.95 




202.05 


Building Maintenance 


900.00 




1,658.45 




758.45 


Travel & Meetings 


600.00 




737.10 




137.10 


Dues 


195.00 




190.00 




5.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


55,205.00 




54,565.28 


491.43 


1,131.15 


Bldg. Maintenance 




600.00 


573.50 


2,435.00 


1,261.50 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 




600.00 


573.50 


2,435.00 


1,261.50 


Books 


5,000.00 


1,500.00 


4,500.00 


1,000.00 




Schd #117 General Exp. TF 


5,000.00 


1,500.00 


4,500.00 


1,000.00 




Old Colony Library Network 












Proj. to Comp. Records 


25,024.00 


24,274.00 


750.00 






Schd #165 Art 20 4/5/85 FYSt 


i 25,024.00 


24,274.00 


750.00 






Dept. No. 601 Library 


215,369.05 


26,374.00 


190,528.00 


3,926.43 


2,393.48 


Dept. No. 621 Recreation 












Department Head 


24,832.00 




24.832.00 






Temporary Employees 


13,371.00 


181.93 


13,184.37 




4.70 


Schd #101 Pers. Services 


38,203.00 


181.93 


38,016.37 




4.70 


Band Concerts 


690.00 




625.76 




64.24 


Social Activities 


100.00 




97.60 




2.40 


Electricity 


480.00 




256.24 




223.76 


R & M Equipment 


380.00 




125.00 




255.00 


Telephone 


700.00 




893.86 




193.86 


Office Supphes & Exp. 


200.00 




269.99 




69.99 


Postage 


200.00 




188.65 




11.35 


Stationery 


100.00 




61.50 




38.50 


Unclassified Supplies 


1,600.00 




1,848.37 




248.37 


Mileage Allowance 


900.00 




904.41 




4.41 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


5,350.00 




5,271.38 




78.62 



— 239- 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Improv. Beechwood Playground 200.00 200.00 

Schd #103 Capital Outlay 200.00 200.00 

Dept. No. 621 Recreation 43,553.00 181.93 43,487.75 200.00 83.32 

Dept. No. 643 Celebrations 



Unclassified Supplies 


900.00 


1,033.80 


133.80 




Schd #102 General Exp. 


900.00 


1,033.80 


133.80 




Dep. No. 643 Celebrations 


900.00 


1,033.80 


133.80 




Dept. No. 700 Debt Service 










Extraordinary Roof Repairs 










Deer Hill &Jr/SrH.S. 


75,000.00 


72,500.00 




2,500.00 


Debt— Jr. Sr. H.S. 


100,000.00 


100,000.00 






Sewer Phase I 


15,000.00 


15,000.00 






Sewer Phase II 


20,000.00 


20,000.00 






Acq. of Railroad Property 


26,400.00 


26,400.00 






Landfill Project 


48,000.00 


48,000.00 






Schd #126 Maturing Debt 


284,400.00 


281,900.00 




2,500.00 


Tax Anticipation 


15,000.00 






15,000.00 


Phase I Sewer 


1,155.00 


1,155.00 






Phase II Sewer 


7,650.00 


7,650.00 






Phase III Sewer— Plans & 










Specifications 


30,000.00 






30,000.00 


School Debt 


59,424.00 


51,644.64 




7,779.36 


Tax Abatement 


1,500.00 


1,120.17 




379.83 


Acq. of Land Railroad Prop. 


4,868.00 


4,868.16 




16. 


Landfill Project 


9,540.00 


11,448.00 




1,908.00 


Int. Antic. State Grant— Hwys 


943.20 




943.20 


Schd #127 Interest 


129,137.00 


78,829.17 




50,307.83 


Dept. No. 700 Debt Service 


413,537.00 


360,729.17 




52,807.83 




8,601,127.00 214,213.52 8,986,622.31 


1,086,365.55 


486,656.72 



240 — 









Schedule GF-4 


STATE AND COUNTY ASSESSMENTS 






For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1986 












Net Overestimates 




Estimated 




Forward to 


Account 


Charges 


Expenditures 


Fiscal 1987 


County Tax 


$118,993.00 


$118,992.79 


$ 


.21 


Special Education 


7,636.00 


6,674.00 




962.00 


Motor Vehicle Excise Bills 


1,084.00 


1,084.00 







Marker to Identify Govt 










Island Parking Lot 


1,206.00 


1,206.00 







Photographs of Servicemen 


64,153.00 


64,153.00 







Recreation Areas Outside 










Metropolitan Parks District 


47.00 






47.00 


Mosquito Control Project 


8,102.00 


8,102.00 






Air Pollution Control Districts 


1,792.00 


1,792.00 






Metro. Area Planning Council 


1,270.00 


1,270.00 







Mass Bay Trans Authority 


105,986.00 


105,049.00 




937.00 




$310,269.00 


$308,322.79 


%_ 


1,946.21 



Schedule SR-2 
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING 
STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1986 



Revenue: 
Funds received— Entitlement and Interest on deposits 
Add: Due from Federal Government— 2nd quarter 1986 35,884.00 



Less: Receipts appUcable to 2nd quarter 1985 



(19,346.00) 



$ 80,812.84 
97,350.84 



Expenditures: 
Fire Department — Salaries 

Excess of revenues over expenditures 
Fund Balance July 1, 1985 
Fund Balance June 30, 1986 



96,000.00 

1,350.84 

42,222.71 

43,573.55 



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Schedule SR-4 



SPECIAL REVENUE— HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1986 



Revenue: 




State Grants: 




ChapterSll Acts of 1985 


34,364.00 


Earnings on Deposits 


115.47 


Proceeds from sale of Temporary Loans 


44,029.00 



78,508.47 



Expenditures: 
Police Details 
Other Expense 
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725.00 

453.09 

43,304.00 



44,482.09 

34,026.38 

453.09 

34,479.47 



Schedule WF-1 



TOWN OF COHASSET 

BALANCE SHEET 

ENTERPRISE FUND— WATER 

JUNE 30, 1986 



ASSETS 

Cash — Unrestricted Checking 

Due from the Commonwealth 

Amount to be provided due to General Fund 

Construction in Progress 

Amount to be provided Long Term Debt 

User Charges Receivable 

Total Assets 



43,611.65 
413,182.56 
429,843.62 

16,013.44 

1,883,000.00 

111,851.05 

2,897,502.32 



LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE 

Deferred Revenue Enterprise Receivables 

Warrants Payable 

Due to the General Fund 

Deferred Revenue/ State Grant Water Treatment Plant 

Reimbursement Anticipation Notes Payable 

Bonds Payable 

Fund Balance Reserved for Encumbrances 

Fund Balance Interest Received on Sale of Bonds 

Fund Balance State Grants 

Unreserved Retained Earnings 

Total Liabilities and Fund Balances 



21,669.52 
10,628.11 

353,854.87 

413,182.56 

16,817.73 

2,373,000.00 

458.28 

1,485.79 

(306,595.81) 

13,001.27 

2,897,502.32 



244 



Schedule WF-2 

Town of Cohasset, Water Department 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Charges 

In Retained Earnings 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1986 

Revenues received: (1) 

User Charges $540,634.07 

Interest— Delinquent Accounts 7,887. 17 

Hydrants— Town of Cohasset 76,500.00 

Miscellaneous 4,957.28 

Services 3,450.00 

State Reimb: Certain Chemicals 763.34 

Transfers from General Fund 

Special Town Meeting 12/9/85 

Article 5 — Costs of Damage 

relative to Hurricane Gloria 2,313.77 

State Grants: 49,287.78 

TOTAL REVENUES 685,793.41 

Expenditures and reserve expenditures 
See Schedule WF-e 



NET INCREASE OF REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES 9,586.79 

Full Accrual 

Accounts Receivable Due 21,669.52 

Retained earnings July 1, 1985 10,186.77 

Retained earnings June 30, 1986 31,856.29 



(1) Full Accrual 



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Schedule WF-3 



FISCAL 1986 YEAR END CLOSE OUT LEDGER 
WATER DEPARTMENT 



Account Name 


Amount 


Department Head 


$ 32,925.00 


Wages— Permanent 


132,873.00 


Clerical Salaries 


15,730.00 


Temporary Employees 


8,000.00 


Overtime 


13,035.00 


Longevity 


900.00 


Paid Holidays 


2,305.00 


Schedule #101 




Personal Services 


205,768.00 


Uniform Allowance 


250.00 


In-Service Training 


25.00 


Electricity 


41,938.00 


Fuel 


5,700.00 


Grounds Maintenance 


250.00 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


2,500.00 


R & M Equipment 


5,000.00 


R & M Office Equipment 


100.00 


Radio & Equip. Maintenance 


150.00 


Advertising 


200.00 


Data Processing Services 




Computer Maintenance 


4,800.00 


Telephone 


2,079.00 


Page Call Contract 


305.00 


Contract Services 


5,500.00 


Photocopier 


360.00 


Control Console 


5,784.00 


Lab Supplies 


1,600.00 


Gasoline 


2,300.00 


Diesel Fuel 


400.00 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


700.00 


Postage 


2,244.00 


Printing & Stationery 


300.00 


Computer Paper/Forms 


1,300.00 


Building Maintenance 


1,500.00 


Custodial Supplies 


1,700.00 


Tools 


550.00 


Road Maintenance 


2,100.00 


Pipe & Fittings 


10,000.00 


Meters & Fittings 


10,000.00 


Purification Supply 


21,000.00 


Unclassified Supply 


1,000.00 


Bond Registration 


324.00 


Dues 


230.00 


Travel & Meetings 


5C.00 


Schedule No. 102 




General Expenses 


132,239.00 


Engineering Services 


1,000.00 


Equipment 


1,380.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure 
to New Year Amount 

32,925.00 

117,757.44 

17,581.42 

8,339.00 

458.28 9,548.74 

900.00 

1,874.80 



Transfer 
Amount 



1,288.77 



458.28 



188,926.40 
229.07 

35,321.94 

5,541.74 

307.45 

2,970.38 

5,201.43 

16.95 

119.95 

275.60 

597.00 

5,346.51 

2,318.04 

324.87 

5,553.00 

360.00 

5,404.00 

1,503.25 

1,987.81 

158.15 

632.53 

2,200.00 

314.00 

941.91 

2,271.08 

1,543.72 

546.10 

1,390.05 

5,053.02 

10,832.16 

19,261.11 

1,128.86 

202.00 
39.10 

119,892.78 
1,375.00 



Closed to 
Revenue 

15,115.56 

1,851.42 

339.00 

4,316.75 

430.20 



1,288.77 17,672.09 

20.93 
25.00 
6,616.06 
900.00 1,058.26 
57.45- 
470.38- 
201.43- 
83.05 
30.05 
75.60- 
597.00- 
546.51 
239.04- 
19.87- 
1,000.00 947.00 

380.00 
96.75 
312.19 
241.85 
67.47 
44.00 
14.00- 
358.09 
771.08- 
156.28 
3.90 
709.95 
4,946.98 
832.16- 
1,738.89 
125.00 3.86- 
324.00 
28.00 
10.90 



2,025.00 14,371.22 

1,000.00 
5.00 



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Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Off Equip. & Furniture 


600.00 


3,126.43 


2,557.50 


31.07 


Schedule #103 










Capital Outlay 


2,980.00 


4,501.43 


2,557.50 


1,036.07 


Pension Costs 


37,000.00 


28,301.00 




8,699.00 


Schedule #118 Norfolk 










Cty Retirement System 


37,000.00 


28,301.00 




8,699.00 


Workers' Comp. 


5,024.00 


1,602.00 




3,422.00 


Added to Fiscal 1986 










Appr. for Insurance 


1,430.00 






1,430.00 


General Liability 


4,883.00 






4,883.00 


Fire 


5,501.00 






5,501.00 


Boilers 


550.00 






550.00 


Inland Marine 


27.00 






27.00 


Crime Bond — All Employees 


137.00 






137.00 


Surety Motor Vehicles 


2,640.00 






2.640.00 


Valuable Papers & Accts. Rec. 








Schedule #122 Ins. Exp. 


20,192.00 


1,602.00 




IS. 590.00 


Life Insurance 


113.00 


109.44 




3.56 


Health Insurance 


18,141.00 


17,044.35 




1,096.65 


Schedule #123 


18,254.00 


17,153.79 




1,100.21 


Water Treatment 


74,000.00 


74,000.00 






Impr. to Water 










Distribution System 


25,000.00 


25,000.00 






Schedule #126 










Maturing Debt 


99,000.00 


99,000.00 






Water Treatment Facility 


99,100.00 


99,100.00 






Impr. to Water 










Distribution System 


50,957.00 


50,956.25 




.75 


Schedule #127 










Interest 


150,057.00 


150,056.25 




.75 


Proceeds from sale of temp. 


loans 








Payment of Notes Schd. #152 










665,490.00 458.28 


609,433.65 


5,871.27 


61,469.34 



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TOWN OF COHASSET 

BALANCE SHEET 

JUNE 30, 1986 

CAPITAL PROJECTS 



Schedule CP-1 



Assets 

Cash — Unrestricted Checking 

Total Assets 



181,438.68 
$181,438.68 



Liabilities and Fund Balances 

Fund Balance School Roof Repairs 
Fund Balance Sewer Project 

Total Liabilities and Fund Balances 



25,992.33 
155,446.35 

$181,438.68 



CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND Schedule CP-2 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1986 



Fund Balances July 1, 1985 
School Roof Repairs 
Sewer Project 



$104,030.86 
155,446.36 



$259,477.21 



Less: Expenditures 

School Roof Repairs 



(78,038.53) 



Fund Balances June 30, 1986 
School Roof Repairs 
Sewer Project 



$ 25,992.33 
155,446.35 



$181,438.68 



Schedule CP-2-1 
REPORT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES CAPITAL PROJECT 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1986 



Plans & Specs. Sewer Project 
Roof Repairs— Deer Hill & H.S. 



Balance Appropriated 
Forward 



155,446.35 
104,030.86 

259,477.21 



iscal 1986 


Expenditure 


iL 


78,038.53 



78,038.53 



Balance 

155,446.35 
25,992.33 

181,438.68 



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BALANCE SHEET 
DEFERRED REVENUE ACCOUNTS 

June 30, 1986 



Apportioned Sewer Assessments Not Due: 

Apportioned Sewer Assessments Revenue 
Due in Fiscal: 

1986 

1987 

1988 

1989 

1990 

1991 

1992 

1993 

1994 



2,034.01 
2,019.01 
2,019.01 
2,019.01 
2,019.01 
2,019.01 
2,019.09 
132.80 
62.80 



DEFERRED REVENUE FUND 
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1986 



$14,343.75 



$14,343.75 



Apportioned Sewer Assessments 

not due— July 1, 1985 
Less— Collections July 1, 1985 

to June 30, 1986 

transferred to General Fund 

Less — Added to 1986 Real Estate Taxes 

Apportioned Sewer Assessments 
not due— June 30, 1986 



1985 1985-1994 Total 

2,034.01 $14,693.75 $16,727.76 





350.00 


350.00 


2,034.01 
2,034.01 


14,343.75 
-0- 


16,377.76 
2,034.01 


-0- 


$14,343.75 


$14,343.75 



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Index 

Appointed Town Officers 6 

Aging, Council On 159 

Board of Assessors 156 

Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 157 

Cable Television Council 160 

Capital Budget Committee 156 

Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness 170 

Cohasset Common Historic District Commission 170 

Collector of Taxes 191 

Constitutional Bicentennial Committee 158 

Disposal Area Study Committee 162 

Drainage Advisory Committee 157 

Fair Housing 174 

Fire Department 164 

Government Island Study Committee 168 

Harbor Committee 167 

Harbor Department 168 

Hazardous Material Advisory Committee 173 

Health, Board of 171 

Highway Department 166 

Historical Commission 169 

Housing Authority 174 

In Memoriam 1 

Paul Pratt Memorial Library Trustees 175 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council 175 

Personnel Committee 179 

Planning Board 179 

Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project 162 

Police Department 165 

Recreation Director 177 

RecycHng Committee 173 

Registrars, Board of 155 

Salaries & Wages — Town Employees 193 

Sewer Commission 160 

School Department 180 

Superintendents Report 180 



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Index 

Selectmen, Board of 16 

Social Service League 188 

South Shore Regional Vocational Technical School 

Representative 185 

Superintendent 185 

Town Accountant 202 

Statement of Revenues 208 

Close Out Ledger— General Fund 212 

Balance Sheets 

All Fund Types and Account Groups 204 

Capital Projects Funds 247 

Deferred Revenue Accounts 248 

General Fund 212 

Special Revenue 241 

Water Fund 243 

State & County Assessments 240 

Statement of Long Term Debt 252 

Trust Funds 249 

Town Clerk 19 

Elected Town Officers 4 

Election Officers 6 

Annual Town Meeting (April 6, 1986) 19 

Annual Town Election (April 12, 1986) 96 

Special Town Meeting (April 5, 1986) 21 

Special Town Meeting (June 23, 1986) 99 

State Primary (September 16, 1986) 137 

State Election (November 4, 1986) 141 

Vital Statistics ^ 146 

Births 146 

Deaths 152 

Marriages 148 

Town Hall Study Committee 186 

Town Treasurer & Collector 189 

Tree, Park and Cemetery Department 178 

Water Commissioners, Board of 187 

Wiring Department 187 



— 256